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By Ali Kassay - Dec 02,2018
I believe that the best thing for the good old days is a bad old memory.
By Ali Kassay - Nov 25,2018
Did you know that Steve Jobs was adopted? His biological parents gave him away to be raised by his adoptive parents, Paul and Clara Jobs. Steve Jobs became a visionary who redefined the computer industry with the personal computer and later the tablet.
By Ali Kassay - Nov 18,2018
I found it comforting to read Judge Mark Wolf’s opinion piece: “The Case for an International Anti-Corruption Court (IACC)”.
By Ali Kassay - Nov 11,2018
A giveaway sign of a deadbeat dad is that he complains about his wife and children and he blames them even for his absenteeism.
By Ali Kassay - Nov 04,2018
The situation in Yemen is too painful for words.
By Ali Kassay - Oct 28,2018
Is there such a thing as an Arab republic? This question was raised in 2002, at a conference in Paris on Arab monarchies in which I was privileged to take part. The findings of the conference were published in a book, so I would not try to synopsise them here.
By Ali Kassay - Oct 21,2018
A hallmark of modern revolutions is that they take everyone by surprise. Take, for instance, the Iranian Revolution of 1979.
By Ali Kassay - Oct 15,2018
The other day I indulged in the long-delayed pleasure of seeing the film “Darkest Hour”, in which Gary Oldman ably played the role of Winston Churchill.
By Ali Kassay - Oct 07,2018
A couple of days ago, a dear friend of mine sent me a video recording of a speech by Abdelfattah Mourou, the Tunisian lawyer, politician, co-founder of Ennahdha (Islamist) Party and first vice president of the assembly of representatives. I find Mourou very interesting
By Ali Kassay - Sep 30,2018
Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) who wrote that human life outside society would be “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short”, had clearly never driven between Amman and Mafraq.

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