Opinion: Instead of solely blaming Islam or Western colonialism, Muslim societies should practice critical self-reflection and dismantle the "ulema-state" to truly address political and socio-economic problems, writes Ahmet T. Kuru.
20 years after 9/11, the US must face the facts: the main danger against it are terrorists raised in its bosom, and sometimes enrolled in the army it sends worldwide to build states in its own mythologised image, writes Jean Michel Morel.
Opinion: Israel's alleged use of AI in its assassination program against Iranian nuclear scientists may have enamoured its admirers, but offers no long-term benefit and plenty of moral and legal danger, writes Richard Silverstein.
Opinion: Kristalina Georgieva has been a bold leader in confronting the economic fallout of the pandemic and positioning the IMF as a global pioneer on climate change. The efforts now underway to remove her are unjust, writes Joseph E. Stiglitz.
Opinion: While US President Biden has taken a step toward bringing part of the murky 9/11 investigation into the light, he and US agencies responsible need to go a lot further to reveal the true investigation into 9/11, writes James Connell.