War and peace according to the Saudi

The first week of November was tumultuous: the Paradise papers were unveiled by the same German journalists who unveiled the Panama papers; the Crown prince of Saudi Arabia ordered multiple arrests of Saudi royal figures and businessmen; Prime minister Saad Hariri of Lebanon announced his “resignation” hours after he arrived in Riyadh and hours before…

Recap: the world in crisis?

In a month, we have seen more damage to reputation than probably any other time this year. The world has been left in a lurch, between Western countries, who deal with internal or regional crises due to internal shall we say political unrest, and the other continents, who are still battling demons in the form…

Iran : another ancient force of Orient

Last month, the attack by Daech on the Iranian Parliament showed us that the destruction, which the terrorists want, is not only social and cultural but also deeply political. We have to remember that, at this very moment, Saudi Arabia and Iran are fighting a proxy war in Yemen. Whatever is there still to destroy…

Elections and a decrease in democracy?

Democracies in crisis worldwide, many countries holding elections but with unhappy citizens… coincidence?? Probably not. On the other hand, while everyone is bickering with everyone else, everyone (notice the repetition…) is watching the elections of the one “super power”, which is obviously no longer a super power. These so-called “elections” might also make the reader…

Saudi policy in Orient havoc:What place? and how.

Saudi Arabia withdraws support given to Lebanon on the pretense that they do not like Hezbollah, calling it a terrorist group. However, the fact remains that Hezbollah IS a terrorist group and the world has known this since 2005-2006!! Why the reversal of acting on behalf of Lebanon now? Many say it is the nuclear…