Iraq is struggling to recover its healthcare system after years of war and insurgency. However, a boost in budget will only yield results, if spending focuses on three essentials: high-class medical training, proper management – and safe medication.
Canada's foreign policy is damaging its economic interests in the Middle East for little benefit. Rather than expanding on its potential as an honest broker, Ottawa's hawkish position on the Palestinian issue only serves to sabotage Canada's standing in and outreach to the region.
Youth opposition activists in Kuwait are having a major effect on activism in the Gulf for years to come as they share the social kit, cultural interest and political needs that define the distinctive blend of modern Khaliji youth.
Last year’s half-hearted reform process set expectations for the newly elected parliament fairly low among Jordanians. With the selection of new cabinet members, King Abdullah II and Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour put clear emphasis on the economy and security – to the detriment of political reform.
Sugar and Salt make all sports worth watching, especially on that first February Sunday every year. Canadian Geoff Martin experienced firsthand, why the Super Bowl is a world-wide event – the Kuwaiti way.