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Al-Monitor: Saudi Arabia Braces for Economic Impact

A US report confirmed that radical changes will take place in Saudi Arabia, the most prominent of which is the lifestyle of its citizens in the near future, adding that the Saudis will not live as their parents lived and they see that the oil price war, and spending on …

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Corona in Kashmir

By:Asad Rahim Khan AS a symbol of cruelty, the Nazis have it all: hate, fear and fanaticism. The genocide of the Jewish people was driven by all three, but also by epidemic typhus, a disease that often follows war. This was a boon for the Nazis, who used typhus prevention …

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The lockdown dilemma

By: Sakib Sherani THE federal government has decided to substantially ease the national lockdown imposed to suppress the outbreak of Covid-19. This is easily among the most difficult, consequential as well as contentious decisions any government has had to take in Pakistan’s recent history. Governments around the world, including the …

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Dubai Expo 2020 postponement to affect UAE economy

By: Zahra Mirzafarjouyan TEHRAN: While Expo 2020 Dubai has been postponed one year due to the coronavirus pandemic, some experts believe that the postponement will have a big impact on the UAE economy and derails at least temporarily a range of tech projects. The outbreak of the coronavirus has caused …

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‘Zionists regime’s parasitic life at risk’: expert

TEHRAN:  Iranian political expert on West Asian Affairs Ahmadreza Rouhollahzad says the world powers are coping with economic challenges and the issue has negatively influenced the Zionist regime economic conditions, which is living a parasitic life. On the occasion of Nakba Day, May 15 (an annual day of commemoration of …

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End of capitalism?

By: Doctor Naiz Murtaza COVID-19 has brought mighty capitalism to its knees in a David and Goliath way that its Stalinist and Islamist foes never even dreamt about. But worry not, the beast is still sturdy and will be back bellowing on its feet soon. Yet multiple threats have hit …

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Bad Blood: Why Did the US-Saudi Aggression Target Afar Customs Zone?

A number of citizens were martyred, injured and went missing, including foreign nationals, as a result of a series of airstrikes by the US-Saudi aerial aggression on a customs zone recently established in the Afar area in Yemen’s central province of Al-Baidha.A new Saudi escalation refutes its allegations by adhering …

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Ethics & Covid-19

By: Farhat Moazam HEALTHCARE professionals serve on the front lines of the war against human disease. However, practising medicine is an ethical endeavour at heart, not merely utilisation of technical skills. James F. Childress, a leader in the bioethics field, notes that “only professionals who stand on the firing line …

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Some focus now, please

By: Abbas Nasir ON a number of occasions over the course of his political life, Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed his admiration for US-style presidency where the incumbent is free to name anyone to key positions in the administration. This when, in a parliamentary system, the elected leader of …

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