Mental Illness Sufferers Need Sympathetic Local Help
Asma I. Abdulmalik Close your eyes for a minute and imagine being in an empty room. The room is darkRead more.
Interview, Dr. Pavel Krobken UNSECO Khartoum Sheds Light on the Rehabilitation of IAAS
By: Neimat al Naiem Khartoum-In the context of the rehabilitation process of the Institute of the Afro-Asian IAAS, University ofRead more.
Alfred Nobel Catches ‘Abiy-mania’ Praise and caution for Ethiopia’s prize winner
Zach VertinTuesday Abiy Ahmed has been awarded this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. Never heard of him? You aren’t the onlyRead more.
“The World Turned Upside Down: Economic Policy in Turbulent Times” (1)
Mervyn King Introduction Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen, Good Afternoon. Chairman, thank you for that kind introduction; you are the latestRead more.
Beyond the Horizon: The Crisis in Bread Supply is of Incompetence and Corruption and not Lack of Flour Supply
Alula Berhe Kidani Bread Support The Consumer Protection Society (CPS) in a recent Radio interview revealed the extent of incompetenceRead more.
In Sudan, Women Showed the World How It’s Done
By Ellen Johnson Sirleaf The world watched earlier this year as the people of Sudan rose up to demand theRead more.
A Season of Hope in Sudan
Sudan must come to terms with its new reality and understand what it means to have an opportunity to restoreRead more.
Peace Spring: Turkey’s Operation Against Terrorism
Turkey, located at a vital conjuncture of Middle East with its geostrategic importance, has been targeted by various terrorist organizationsRead more.
US must Accept Consequences of its Middle East Policies
Dr. Mohammed Al-Sulami, Arab News The Middle East in general and the Arabian Gulf in particular enjoy a vital geographicRead more.
Angela Merkel is Right.
The UK is Now the EU’s ‘Competitor.’ It is not a Fight the UK can Hope to Win The IndependentRead more.
Towards a Better Society
M .Mahgoub Why do people lie? Is it a way to hide their dark side? To win an argument? AreRead more.