Skip to main content
International and Arab News
Saturday - 17 Aug 2019
Could this Be the Year of Persian Poetry?
Whatever you may think of Iran, you are likely to acknowledge it as one of the oldest homelands of poetry. Any list of top poets from all over the world is likely to include at least one or two Persian names- say Omar Khayyam or Molavi (Roumi).
Pound Slide More About Brexit Than the Economy
The pound has set a new post-Brexit referendum low against the euro and is tantalizingly close to doing the same against the dollar.
Aden and the Battle on Eid’s Eve
Amid the blessings of Eid, the emotional behavior of Yemen’s Southern Transitional Council (STC) almost resulted in a tragedy that would have lasted years to come.
Success of Hajj is Not Extraordinary
Germany Targeted Far-Right Violence With Laws. It Wasn't Enough.
Tech Companies Want Out of the Censorship Business
Kashmir, Kirkuk And Jerusalem
In Era of Extremes, Argentina's Candidates Fight for the Center
A US-China Currency War Would Do Some Serious Damage
Algeria: The Hammer and The Anvil
Thwarting a Coup In Lebanon!
Subscribe to opinion newsletter
Register your email here to get opinion topics
Read More for Writers
Michael R. Bloomberg
David Fickling and Daniel Moss
Karl W Smith
Faisal bin Abdul Rahman bin Muammar
Most Read in Opinion