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  • Callous chess game 

    The Arab world seems to have been destined to suffer. Going back over seven decades, since the Nakba in 1948, it seems every evil has befallen countries of...

  • Emboldened serpent 

    With the re-election of Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu and blanket support from U.S. President Donald Trump, it’s no surprise that the winds of war and...

  • Assaulting paragons 

    There are countless issues that are open to debate in Lebanon, but no one can refute the professionalism of the country’s banking sector or of its security...

  • Avoiding disaster 

    Lebanon is hurtling toward economic disaster, and none will be saved if the country tips over the edge.

  • Reward of valor 

    The jubilation and celebrations of the Sudanese people after forcing Omar al-Bashir to quit was short-lived, with the army announcing that the dictator would...

  • Farewell M.E. peace 

    Israelis, who day in day out proclaim that their system of government is the only democracy in the region, have delivered a blow to democracy, justice and...

  • Partners in crime 

    Benjamin Netanyahu has never aspired for peace with the Palestinians, as was made amply clear in an ad preceding the upcoming polls that featured footage of...

  • Gifts to Netanyahu 

    It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to see that both the U.S. and Russia are united in their quest to see Benjamin Netanyahu re-elected as Israeli prime minister...

  • Entrenched despots 

    He could have been best remembered as an internationally respected Algerian foreign minister, or for his role in ending his country’s civil war.