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As we launch into the 2018 summer season of punishing tariffs and counter-tariffs and with the present bad feelings between the global powerhouses, perhaps a second look at what we are *actually* trying to accomplish is in order --...
It's no surprise the wheels are coming off in Syria, and in the absence of an agreement between the various parties on the Syrian situation at the upcoming Munich Security Conference, things are certain to deteriorate further and at...
Q: Are the concerns of a superpower relevant to the other G7 members? A: Not really. Maybe it's time for a superpower group of the US, China, the EU, Russia, and The Commonwealth of Nations to form up, instead of...
In this op-ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli explores the Hebrew Bible to scrutinize Israel’s claims to land rights of Palestine and Jerusalem. He presents historical and biblical evidence that clear the myth about the ancestry of “Children of Israel” (the Israelites)...
While UK Prime Minister Theresa May continues to take the path of least resistance towards Brexit (all the while courting and fawning over EU politicians) Conservative backbenchers are said to be considering their chances of staging a coup against...
When the Leavers claimed victory in the referendum, mainstream media as well as  social media went into a frenzy predicting doomsday for UK. Ironically the similarities are striking – where social and economic discontent capitalised by tapping the fear...
As the debate heats up over President Trump's 25 per cent steel tariffs and 10 per cent aluminum tariffs (some countries are exempted by Presidential Order) it's interesting to look at other scenarios that might play out better for...
In this Op-Ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli analyses the detrimental aftereffects of indecisiveness and inaction of the international community and world leaders on the world. He argues for a change in the criterion through which people select their leadership. We often hear many senior citizens, parents, and...
Few things are as useful to countries as membership in a progressive organization with business links around the world. For the 53 Commonwealth of Nations members meeting in London this week it's a chance to discuss ideas, policies, united positions...
Unlike the south of Ireland which broke away from Great Britain in a gradual process that began in 1921 and completed in 1949, the 6 northern counties of Ireland remained loyal to the United Kingdom over the past 477...
With the war in Syria completing fourth year, Harun Yahya in this opinion piece expresses his hope that the war will end soon,  and the entire region will attain peace and there will be an amazing civilization built on...
Harun Yahya takes up the case against Nuclear Energy and opines that instead countries should invest in alternative and renewable energy. On March 11, 2011, Japan experienced one of the world’s largest earthquakes. Like many earthquakes, it has largely been...
A new report by a prestigious polling firm says that a so-called 'No-Deal' WTO-style Brexit could cost one EU country €5.5 billion over the next two years, as opposed to a Brexit with a trade agreement where losses for...
Hotel Barrière Le Majestic Cannes can be summed up as the best luxury hotel in the best location. Since its creation in 1926, the Hotel Barrière Le Majestic Cannes has never ceased to evolve. Initiated by Henri Ruhl and quickly...
Why Norway? Of all the countries in the world that could get this right Norway is surely number one. In many areas of human endeavor, the tiny country of Norway (population 5.2 million) excels beyond all expectations -- being one of...
Western leaders should be pleased that Russia's President Vladimir Putin has been returned to power in Russia's March 18 presidential race capturing 77% of the vote in what appeared to be an easy win for the four-time Russian president. From...
In this Op-Ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli analyses President Trump’s decision on Jerusalem, its illegality, and aftereffects in view of the international community and UN invalidation of U.S. policy on Jerusalem. He scrutinizes the official statement and argues against the...
As European Union negotiators can't see any reason to support Brexit, they will continue to keep the European Union's best interests in mind -- which is to say, they will try to stop, slow, obfuscate, or otherwise derail the...
#OpEd  Harun Yahya says it's neither military methods nor surveillance which can eradicate the threat of radicalism and terrorism - but educational policies based on love, compassion and peace, which improve peoples’ consciences and their moral and cultural development...
With the Middle East and especially the GCC on the cusp of becoming the world's fastest growing e-commerce playground, Ashik Hasim, Partner at Precise Communications/Essentially Precise shares his views on the rising e-commerce trends in the region and what it...
Can the G7 Solve the Problem of Too Much Plastic in Our Oceans? In the time it takes for G7 leaders to meet at the picturesque Charlevoix, Quebec location for their annual summit which lasts 28 hours, some 22,000 tonnes...
Time is running down on the Brexit clock (399 days and counting!) and the default path seems the only way that will allow a smooth and orderly Brexit in a timeframe that could be construed as reasonable to British...
Op-Ed Harun Yahya highlights the plight of the people of Rakhine -the Rohingya Muslims- one of the most persecuted communities in the world, and calls for requisite steps in favor of democracy, freedom and human rights. The policy of violence and...
President Xi Jinping of China was awarded a second term in office by the Communist Central Committee of China just days ago (and doubly rewarded because term limits no longer apply to Mr. Jinping) has received communication from the...
“Ignorance and prejudice are the handmaidens of propaganda. Our mission, therefore, is to confront ignorance with knowledge, bigotry with tolerance, and isolation with the outstretched hand of generosity. Racism can, will, and must be defeated.” ~Kofi Annan~ The only mistake...
Op-Ed Fadi Elhusseini analyzes the situation in the Middle East and opines that the need of the hour is a real leader who can take out the region from the chaos.  In the past four years, Arabs have been living in...
Harun Yahya's message on the holy month of Ramadan, where he emphasizes the need for unity among Muslims Ramadan, from whose material wealth the whole Islamic world benefits, is a holy month that is instrumental in Muslims binding together in...
Harun Yahya opines that the need of the hour to eradicate fanaticism and radicalism of Muslims is to educate the youth based on the true conception of Islam that commands love and peace. The acts of terror and violence that...
Op-Ed: Harun Yahya shares his views on Ramadan and how to draw close to Allah in this blessed month Cars, telephones, computers or cell phones: The technical devices we use in almost every moment of our lives are of great importance...
Islamophobia questioned: Interrogating one stereotype would help Muslims unfix numerous others - opines Haroon Shah Islamophobia’s apodictic footings in American and Western societies are reflective of its long history preserved in the canons of history. However, its tidal-wave came to...