May 20, 2013
It is the manual for many US psychiatrists and the latest edition is out this week. Yet the DSM-5 is already under attack for listing as mental disorders what others regard as just personality traits.
Read Article Mental illness or just personality traits?
Feb 19, 2013
Michael Hamilton-Clark, with his wife Renee, lived in Dubai in the 1960s and 1970s, and have presented a series of photographs to The Majlis Gallery. Read Article Former expat donates snapshot of UAE history to the Emirates
Jan 09, 2013
A glimpse of some of the artistic treasure that will form the Louvre Abu Dhabi Read Article What collections will be inside the Louvre Abu Dhabi?
Oct 19, 2012
Outrage, prayer and a surge in education for girls is sweeping across Pakistan after the shooting of a Pakistani schoolgirl. Read Article Malala shooting shows the battle to get Pakistani girls to school
Jul 19, 2012
A temporary mosque tucked away amid the high-rise towers of Al Markaziyah may have something experts say is lacking in some mosques built before design regulations are introduced this summer - local architectural tradition. Read Article No walls, but plenty of support for this Abu Dhabi mosque
Jun 19, 2012
As chief executive of the Emirates Foundation, the nation's leading charitable and philanthropic organisation aimed at youth development, Clare Woodcraft says it has world-class local talent and the 'essence of sustainability' is to work herself out of a job. Alice Haine reports.
Read Article My job? Making myself redundant
May 27, 2012
What has "Her Madgesty" ever done for Abu Dhabi, asks Laura Collins Read Article Madonna gigs are music to Abu Dhabi's ears
Jan 15, 2011
Sherkhan Farnood is no longer chairman of Kabul Bank, but he is still working with the authorities to untangle the mess he allegedly helped create and which brought the bank to its knees last year. Read Article Kabul Bank's problems point up Afghanistan's challenges
Jan 08, 2011
Pakistan's demise has been predicted since it was created 64 years ago. But its resilience is being tested by the unprecedented threat of religious militants who wage their war in its cities. Read Article Pakistan's problems, and the myth of American influence in Islamabad
Jan 08, 2011
Islamic extremists are exerting more and more influence in a nuclear-armed state, and the outcome of this deadly struggle has global implications.
Read Article Pakistan, a nation on edge and facing the threat from within