• It’s not a good day for May
    05:37 pm By Mick O’Reilly, Foreign Correspondent
    With the clock ticking, Westminster has to adjust around 1,000 statutory instruments to bring what is now EU law into line with the legislative needs of a Brexit Britain
  • Diversity is in your head
    04:52 pm By Bari A. Williams
    If the goal can be achieved by hiring a group of 12 white male employees, you can guess who will remain left out
  • How to prepare children for jobs
    04:50 pm By Kristen Millares Young
    Not every child wants to be a robotics engineer
  • Kurds tighten grip on Raqqa after Daesh rout
    04:47 pm By Sami Moubayed, Special to Gulf News
    Syrian battlefield resembles a jigsaw after the liberation of the desert city from the clutches of Daesh terrorists
  • Senator John McCain’s tribute to a nation where one can know about the satisfaction of sacrificing for an ideal
  • Man Booker prize used to champion unknowns and outsiders, but a 2014 rule change has cemented the neo-colonial cultural dominance of the US and the UK
  • Instead of being concerned about managing the Conservative party’s conflicts, May and her Cabinet must finally put the national interest first
  • Eradicating the menace of poverty
    05:36 pm By Tariq Al Gurg, Special to Gulf News
    Swift actions by governments, international bodies and the private sector to translate sustainable development goals into effective policies is a must
  • The Great Republican lie
    Oct 18, 2017 By Paul Krugman
    Vast majority of GOP politicians in the US know perfectly well that their party is hiding the truth about its tax plan
  • Europe’s attackers from within
    Oct 18, 2017 By Joschka Fischer, Special to Gulf News
    There is no alternative but for all stake-holders to abandon the trenches they have dug for themselves
  • Nailing the coffin of Palestinian statehood
    Oct 18, 2017 By Fawaz Turki, Special to Gulf News
    Israel’s colonisation project in the Occupied Territories is more than just a clear and present danger to the idea of a future independent state
  • The dark side of electrifying rural India
    Oct 18, 2017 By Sreekumar N. and Shantanu Dixit
    A new programme to provide power to all households by the end of 2018 comes with concerns over supply and monitoring, particularly in rural areas
  • In his eyes, the West remains a necessary opponent and without an America intent on overturning China’s one-party state, the Communist party loses its reason for being
  • Women and men know that coming forward will hurt them. This stalemate means that part of the solution has to come from outside
  • Spin or smear? Media role under the scanner
    Oct 18, 2017 By Margaret Sullivan
    Weinstein used the media like a bludgeon to keep his alleged victims in line, and did it skilfully with plenty of help
  • Let more victims speak up
    Oct 18, 2017 By Gretchen Carlson
    Arbitration clauses, blacklisting and retaliation must end if we want victims to come forward now, not decades from now