STATEMENT: Being a British Prime Minister has got to be the least fun job on Earth. WHY? Because everyone wants you to fail! Opposition MP's want the Prime Minister to fail (don't take it personally) it has been thus since...
Mark Twain once said, "The difference between the almost right word and the right word is the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning". How true. Language has a powerful influence over people and their behaviour. This is especially...
In an historic referendum on June 23, 2016 a majority of British citizens voted to Leave the European Union, and the ruling Conservative Party of the United Kingdom agreed to carry out the will of The People. So far,...
Well Brexit fans, that was a year, wasn't it? Everything that could've happened, did happen -- except for a 2nd EU referendum which (speaking hypothetically) if the Leave side won, might've put a stop to the complaining of Remainers who...
Back in the old days of sustainable energy, circa 2000, the cost of switching to solar or wind was so expensive that only the well-intentioned considered it - and only the very wealthy could afford it. How times have changed!...
Whither the Gulf? Towards Economic Diversification (This article was first published on http://english.alarabiya.net) With the Arab Spring or Winter of Arab Discontent throwing up conflicting signals, the Middle East Institute, Singapore, made a notable attempt to explore the relevance and impact...
The fundamental challenge that was seen after the global financial crisis of 2008 was the fact that there was a need for regulation. The same sentiment was heard when the banks started using dangerous strategies and trades in order...
Allow me to make a prediction. Five years from now, the United States will have left NATO, NORAD, NAFTA, the UN, the WTO, the IMF, the World Bank, and every other multilateral organization and trade agreement on the planet. And there's...
19-days into his premiership Boris Johnson has (importantly) met with UK leaders and now prepares for the G7 meeting.
The relationship of a national authority to citizenry has been the subject of agelong arguments and indeterminate discourse. Most political theorists and analysts have unremittingly debated whether social order should be maintained by constraint or consent. And, what are...
"Every day we teach others how to treat us" ...is a truism that hides in plain sight wherever there are human beings And the EU has taught the world and UK politicians that the EU27 countries are famous for their...
The Indian rupee has been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons. Over the past few weeks, the rupee's value has fallen considerably. As of today, a US dollar will fetch you 54.4250 Indian rupees. Singapore-based investment firm CLSA...
For all you tweeps out there, there is something in store for you. To the Android and iPhone users, look carefully at your twitter page, you may just find a difference, or you may find the similarities between Twitter...
The first time I came to know about RAK Airways was when I was doing some research about the flag carriers of all seven emirates of the UAE. Etihad Airways is the flag carrier of Abu Dhabi, Emirates of...
"KPMG predicts economic growth of 1.4 per cent next year, but cuts this to 0.6 per cent if Britain leaves the EU without a deal." -- The Times While some firms predict slower than normal growth for the UK economy...
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...
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...
In this op-ed, Mohammad S. Moussalli discusses the crux of the Middle East and Arab dilemma; and makes suggestions so that to establish security and peace in the world. Whenever you get involved in a political discussion concerning the question of...

Merkel’s biggest test

The election of Angela Merkel for a third term highlights lingering and new issues that she will face and how her legacy is defined by her agenda. That Angela Merkel has been elected for a third term shows she has...
In this opinion editorial, Harun Yahya deplores terrorism of all forms and tell us why the media should be used as an important weapon against war on terror. We have begun 2015 with one of the worst terrorist acts in the...
It's obvious that the 'Brexit is a problem to be managed' view is inferior to the 'Brexit is an opportunity to perfect UK-EU relations' model.
By Matthew Wright Oman Airport Management Company figures indicate that Muscat’s hospitality sector should be in robust health with the number of passengers using Muscat International Airport increasing significantly from 4 million per year in 2008 to 6.5 million per year...
An Interactive session with Akram Miknas, Chairman, MCN Group. Recently I had the chance to attend a talk by Akram Miknas, Chairman of MCN Group. The founder of Promoseven Holdings Group runs some of the world’s most sought-after media brands....

Sweet Bomb

The intelligence agency MI6 (made famous by James Bond movies) launched a cyber operation (a hack) to teach would be terrorists the art of making fairy cupcakes instead of tips on how to build bombs. That?s sweet. The cyber-operation was...
As many of you know most of the gasoline available in North America today has a biofuel component of between 5 - 10 percent. Newer cars and trucks are E85 compatible, meaning they can operate with up to 85...
Let me start by saying that it took me a long time to write this article. A lot of thought and informal interviews went towards giving you my opinion on an incident that happened recently in Dubai. The incident as...
President Trump and President Putin meet in Helsinki, Finland to chart a better future Q: What could be worse than another Cold War between the United States and Russia? A: Nothing. There isn't anything that could be worse than another Cold...
Harun Yahya in this thought-provoking article analyze scenarios where powerful states use humanitarian interventions as a pretext to protect their own interests.   Events in Syria and Iraq due to the terror organization ISIL have once more raised the question of...
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...
As I write this article, the world's eyes are on London for what promises to be a sizzling summer of super sports! Alliteration aside (poor puns notwithstanding) the serious business of sporting excellence is about to capture a global...