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The controversy regarding the right of citizens with dual nationality to hold senior public office — such as ministers, or members of the Senate or of the Lower House of Parliament — was put an end to as the Lower House of Parliament voted, on Wednesday, in fa ...
By Musa Keilani - Apr 30, 2016 - Last updated at Apr 30, 2016 22:51
The Israeli government committed last week one more strategic mistake that will, in the long run, have a serious impact both on Israelis and ...
By Walid M. Sadi - Apr 30, 2016 - Last updated at Apr 30, 2016 22:53
The Syrian opposition’s fixation on the person of Syrian President Bashar Assad in its ongoing peace talks with Damascus, held under the aus ...
By Jeffrey D. Sachs - Apr 30, 2016 - Last updated at Apr 30, 2016 22:53
The diplomats have done their job, concluding the Paris climate agreement in December. ...
By Rami G. Khouri - Apr 28, 2016 - Last updated at Apr 28, 2016 22:16
During a very fast, one-day, visit to Washington, DC on Monday, I participated in a day of lectures and panel discussions organised by a pri ...
By Jonathan Power - Apr 28, 2016 - Last updated at Apr 28, 2016 22:15
A woman for the next secretary general of the United Nations?Well, it is a lot more complicated than that. ...
By George S. Hishmeh - Apr 28, 2016 - Last updated at Apr 28, 2016 22:15
A five-column article, titled “Brave keepers of the peace, or antagonists?”, published in Monday’s Washington Post has raised curiosity ...
By Project Syndicate - Apr 28, 2016 - Last updated at Apr 28, 2016 22:15
 Last December in Paris, world leaders came together to agree on a set of goals and pathways for decarbonising the global economy and i ...
By Michael Jansen - Apr 27, 2016 - Last updated at Apr 27, 2016 22:51
Since Syria’s fragile ceasefire began on February 27, there have been multiple violations by all parties, as well as changes on the ground i ...

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