A Simple Woman for Difficult Times
Hazem Saghieh – Asharq Al-Awsat There is constant joy in Theresa May’s life that is often incomplete. She was bornRead more.
Weekly Roundup: NISS in the Front Lines
Muawad Mustafa Rashid The roots of the origins of the intelligence dated back to ancient times through the Middle AgesRead more.
The Tunis Summit: Responsibility and Struggles
Ghassan Charbel – Asharq Al-Awsat It is so hard to be an Arab journalist and that Arab summits be amongRead more.
News Analysis: A New Paradigm for U.S.-African Relations – African Regional Capitalism
Mekki Elmograbi Capitalism is quietly transforming Africa. Now it is time for international institutions – and Western perceptions – toRead more.
BEYOND THE HORIZON: Eila Reforms must Continue and Exclude No One
Alula Berhe In the last Beyond the Horizon page, we wrote that political wisdom and fairness demand the support ofRead more.
Can Data-labour Unions Break the Monopoly Capture of Data?
Karin Pettersson Recently I attended a seminar in Stockholm on the Future of Work, hosted by a major trade union.Read more.
Pope Francis and King Mohammed VI Make Appeal for Jerusalem and to Fight against Radicalism through ‘Dialogue’
On the first day of his visit to Morocco, Pope Francis joins King Mohammed VI Amir al-Mu’mini, Chairman of theRead more.
Tunisian Democracy at a Crossroads (1)
Alula Berhe Kidani The US prestige’s Brooking Institute published lately a very informative study by Sharan Grewal on the futureRead more.
White Nationalism Is a Terrorist Threat
Eli Lake – Bloomberg In the aftermath of last week’s massacre of 50 Muslims at a mosque in Christchurch, NewRead more.
Gun Control, Climate: A New US Generation Takes to the Barricades
AFP NEW YORK: In the United States, David Hogg is a leading campaigner for gun control, while in Europe, GretaRead more.
Rockets from Gaza Strip Hit Israel; 4 Die at Border Protest
AP GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip: Militants fired five rockets from Gaza into Israel early Sunday, the Israeli military said, followingRead more.
At Arab Media Forum in Dubai, Social Media Told to ‘Man Up’ to Counter Hate Rhetoric
Arab News DUBAI: Big tech companies such as Facebook and Google are not doing enough to counter hate rhetoric andRead more.