Shinzo Abe's sales tax hike is seen as a political and economic gamble but it is a necessary measure that will allow Japan to get its economy back on track. It seems that the much acclaimed Abenomics has managed to achieve another...
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...
Very Important People said it would never happen. They said it would be impossible for Britain's 1922 Committee to gather enough votes to call for a leadership contest in the Conservative Party. They laughed, they wrote Op/Eds mocking the UK...
Either a country is led by a strong leader who controls the narrative or the narrative is controlled by others And because Theresa May allowed the narrative to be controlled by everyone but her since July 2016, the present moment...
“They all broke the rules. They all crossed into forbidden territory. They all tampered with the laws that lay down who should be loved and how. And how much. It was a time when the unthinkable became thinkable and...
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...
Over the past 24-hours two senior officials in Theresa May's government have resigned due to differences in what kind of Brexit each seeks. And frankly, it'll be a blessing. Far less paint will be peeled off the walls each week...
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...
By now, we all know Theresa May, Britain's Prime Minister since July of 2016. 'Articulate deal-seeker who vocalizes well-written speeches on behalf of the UK and a Prime Minister offering the sweetest divorce deal in history.' And yet in Austria on...
Dear Mr. President, I do not agree with you. By supporting this resolution you have set a wrong example for the world. God created man and woman, Adam and Eve to cohabit, not two men or not two women. Your...
The fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 has demoted communism and socialism to the least importance upon which capitalistic notions flourished all around the world. Since then, the dominant economic trends revolve around the economic theory of deregulation...
“The understanding of modern art art is that it defies logical interpretation. Modern Art has bypassed the embodiment of visual Esthetics and has in ways evolved into  a state of perverted surrealism.” A couple of years back, on 15th September,...
The concepts of universal access and openness that underlined the Internet creation three decades ago are under greater threat than ever before. There are very powerful forces that have lined up against openness of internet on all sides around the...
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...
European officials are set to meet this week in a series of meetings in order to get a hold of the Spanish component of the eurozone crisis as riots intensify in the country and there is a downward pressure...
Harun Yahya in this opinion piece expresses that when individuals’ rights are taken away, the result is fear, unease, restlessness and insecurity, and that inevitably leads to a structural sickness in a society. The simplest definition of freedom, which has...
#OpEd: Harun Yahya provides his insights on the Cyprus Negotiations and opines that talks can be concluded positively if all parties adopt a peaceful, equal, and just manner. Cyprus has always attracted a lot of attention due to its strategic...
A review of the new executive decision in the Turkish parliament and what impact it will make. Turkey has been on the agenda since Obama announced a coalition to defeat the biggest threat in the Levant: ISIS. The top US...
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...
The world market saw steadying of oil prices after the gains they made over the last week. Crude saw its price above $90/barrel on Monday as there is a renewed belief in the stimulus expected to be announced in...
The markets are disappointed yet again as there seems to be a lack of action on the part of the Western central banks. By the way, I would like to mention here that I am not speaking from the...
Peer pressure has been around for centuries. It was evident in ancient Rome, ancient Greece and also in ancient Egypt. Every civilization encountered peer pressure. In the modern world its in evident in schools, universities or even the workplace....
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...
So many people are caught up in the present Brexit moment they forget there will be life after the official Brexit date of March 29, 2019. With that in mind, policymakers must begin to focus on the problems that will...
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...
Theresa May naively assumed that if she could just come up with the 'right' Brexit deal the EU would sign it and life would be good for citizens on both sides of the English Channel forever, and ever, and...
Things are piling-up on UK Conservatives, and if they don't get Brexit done soon they'll be out of government, possibly for generations.

Drama At F1

The final decision on the fate of the 2011 Bahrain Grand Prix was certainly the right one. Even though it may have been for all the wrong reasons, including logistical inconvenience and sheer embarrassment, it yielded an unexpected bonus,...
There doesn?t seem to be any closure for the elusive e-coli and the blame game still continues. European Countries has been playing child?s games by accusing each other for the deadly E-coli outbreak, first it was Spanish cucumbers, and then...
VIDEO: Theresa May speaks to the CBI on November 19, 2018 https://youtu.be/dxNDBrPaudQ Copyright: Confederation of British Industry and BBC Transcript of Theresa May's speech to the Confederation of British Industry, November 19, 2018 INTRODUCTION: "Thank you very much. It is a pleasure to...