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Princess Diana brought popular passion stories to the royal stage
Two decades after one of the most shocking celebrity deaths in recent times, the wounds of the 1997 tragedy are still being picked at. More than anything, it was the year the high and mighty lost their hold on national imagination
The burden of bad lifestyle choices should be shouldered by individuals, not taxpayers
Many non-communicable diseases, including dementia, can largely be avoided through responsible living, but apathy, depression and greed are causing more people around the world to become more unhealthy by the day
Qataris must stop spoiling their Taliban guests if they are serious about their pledges to the US
Doha could soon find its relations with Washington deeply compromised because of its support of the US military’s main foe in Afghanistan
The paradoxes in US-Russian relations are only intensifying
Whether Moscow will always remain the traditional Cold War foe or an occasional friend the US aligns with out of necessity, the array of conflicted interest is complex
I long for the August silly season, so I can rejuvenate myself
It’s the only time of the year when I can take a much-needed breather from the frenetic pace of news
Obama was bad for the Middle East, but Trump's ambiguity is worrisome
Despite officially disengaging from Syria, the domestically troubled administration is sending out mixed messages in a conflict-ridden region in desperate need of clear direction
Europe should stop bullying Poland and start respecting democracy
Isn't it for the Polish people to decide what is best for their country rather than European technocrats
Why the Trump presidency bears more than a passing resemblance to an 80s TV series
Forget the West Wing or House of Cards, the comings and goings of the Trump White House are beginning to resemble Dynasty
Why we have to change our spend, spend, spend culture
Research shows splashing the cash doesn't make you happy, so why do we continue to do it?
Muslim women should lead the debate on the hijab as much as Palestinians voices should be heard about Al Aqsa
A BBC documentary asked if the feminist movement is fracturing. Could the same question be asked about Muslims and Palestine, wonders Faisal Al Yafai?