December 13, 2011
The relationship of Arab and Persian can be summarized as one of antagonistic alternating bouts of best of friends with worst of neighbors!
November 28, 2011
Kuwaiti opposition lawmakers on Monday said the government has submitted its resignation amid a growing crisis over corruption accusations.
November 16, 2011
According to Kuwaiti analyst, Mohamed Al-Shatti, oil prices will not drop below $100 per barrel in the coming period
October 18, 2011
Kuwait's Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al-Sabah, a senior member of the ruling family, has stepped down, local reports said Tuesday.
September 13, 2011
Despite the bustling gold souks, dry statistics show that the people and the governments of the Gulf have shunned gold in recent years.
August 18, 2011
The Kuwaiti Emir emphasized that economic security is the backbone of any country.
July 19, 2011
Kuwaiti shares tumbled, sending the benchmark index to the lowest level since 2004.
July 5, 2011
As a new batch of university graduates prepares to join the job market, the option for Kuwaitis of choosing between government vs. private sector jobs seems to be resurfacing with a new vigor.
June 30, 2011
Salafi Islam is a disparate, ill-defined notion which describes many millions of puritanical Muslims, most of whom are not violent.
The Central Bank Governor, Sheikh Salem Abdul Aziz Al-Sabah, recently announced that the increase in inflation ratings in Kuwait is mostly due to external sources, or “imported inflation”.
June 29, 2011
Kuwait may seek private investors to help build its largest oil refinery after a government council revived the $14.5 billion project, which stalled two years ago amid political opposition.
June 27, 2011
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry of Kuwait has conveyed that Iranians are contributing to the capital of 1,378 companies in Kuwait.
June 9, 2011
Observers in Kuwait are expecting additional regression in Kuwait Stock Exchange on the background of the PM's interrogation and the ongoing political tensions.
May 29, 2011
Many of us can admit to having aunts, mothers, and sisters, who occasionally indulged in some Oprah time, and spent evenings with her Oprah Winfrey Show. However she leaves some with mixed feelings and the distinct impression that regarding the "Women around the World Series" said to have aired for our benefit, on an otherwise customised show for American audiences, the show was poorly researched.
Sources in Kuwait have warned that there are signs of the beginning of a local crisis in the availability of diesel used by large trucks, factories and ships.