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By Walid M. Sadi - Jul 07,2018
The UK and the EU are locked in an acrimonious “divorce” controversy called Brexit, whose final shape and form remains in a state of limbo pending the resolution of some complications that developed along the way.London had petitioned for and decided on t
By Walid M. Sadi - Jun 30,2018
Now that Turkish President Recep Tayyep Erdogan has won a decisive victory in last week's presidential and parliamentary elections, he is set to consolidate his grip on power and turn the milestone victory into a lasting achievement. All eyes, whether from within Turkey or o
By Walid M. Sadi - Jun 23,2018
The migrant narrative in Europe and the US is not over blown for no reason, as it is taking a heavy toll on the domestic politics of most European nations and causing the realignment of political parties in support to the government and the election of right wing parties across t
By Walid M. Sadi - Jun 18,2018
It took an unorthodox president like President Donald Trump and a drastic deviation from traditional diplomatic and institutionalised policy procedures to pull off a historic successful agreement between Washington and Pyongyang, comprising the commitment by both sides to, inter
By Walid M. Sadi - Jun 10,2018
His Majesty King Abdullah said last week that it is unfair that citizens alone should bear the cost of the implications of the financial reforms.
By Walid M. Sadi - Jun 02,2018
The trouble with the critics of the draft income tax law is the absence of specifics when they voice their complaints.
By Walid M. Sadi - May 26,2018
Critics of the Palestinian leadership claim that three former Israeli prime ministers, namely Yitzhak Rabin, Ehud Barak and Ehud Olmert, offered the Palestinians peace plans that could have led to the Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank by up to 97 to 98 per cent of the Palesti
By Walid M. Sadi - May 19,2018
Jordan at various levels of government never failed to make the Palestinian conflict a core regional crisis and the continued epicentre of its foreign concerns.
By Walid M. Sadi - May 12,2018
US President Donald Trump is not often right, but on his decision to walk away from the nuclear deal with Iran, he could have been very right.The flaw in the 2015 deal with Iran stems from the fact that its scope is confined to stopping, or better still, postponing Iran's uranium
By Walid M. Sadi - May 05,2018
The late US president Richard Nixon resigned on August 9, 1974 because of his alleged complicity in the so-called Watergate scandal that was triggered when five men, allegedly acting on behalf of president Nixon, broke into the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headqu

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