By Akbar Ahmed and Melody Fox | Nov 21, 2013 03:36 am
The ceremony around the Opus Prize held this past week, here, was a strangely exhilarating sight to behold. Strange because we are told that there is a clash of civilizations between the US and the Muslim world. Exhilarating because, we, the authors, witnessed America wholeheartedly embracing Muslim educators from Afghanistan and Indonesia.
By Dipty Nair | Oct 30, 2013 14:03 pm
Speculation is rife that an energy contract signed between Spain and Russia has warmed the ties so much that the Spanish beauty queen could get a headstart in the race to the hearts!
By Sarmistha Acharya | Oct 28, 2013 12:54 pm
Step-by-step guide to install OS X 10.9 Mavericks on Intel-based PC using UniBeast.
By Dr. Heinrich Matthee | Sep 23, 2013 15:05 pm
'Angie' may not have Hollywood glamour or utopian ideals, but her pragmatic stewardship is mightily effective.
By Jessie Daniels | Sep 20, 2013 11:43 am
50 Years on from Martin Luther King's speech America has still to fully defeat the scourge of racism, says Jessie Daniels.
By Eva Cosse | Sep 19, 2013 14:37 pm
Killing of rapper Killah P will lead to further problems unless the government brings the perpetrators to justice, says Eva Cosse.
By Bob McFadden | Sep 17, 2013 15:42 pm
Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan face a huge fight to rid Pakistan of its extremist scourges, says Bob McFadden
By Professor Michael Kerr | Sep 17, 2013 10:25 am
The idea of a power-sharing arrangement may be unpalatable but it is the least worst option to avert armageddon, says Middle East expert Michael Kerr.
By Dr Philippa Williams | Sep 16, 2013 16:54 pm
Sentencing Delhi bus rapists to death will do little to curb India's deep-rooted sexual abuse problem, says Dr Philippa Williams
By The National Secular Society | Sep 16, 2013 16:10 pm
Banning the burqa on grounds of symbolic value is irreconcilable with fundamental freedoms of religion and expression, says the National Secular Society
By Gareth Platt | Sep 06, 2013 16:15 pm
The notion of a special bond between Britain and America is an anachronism which will jeopardise British lives in Syria, says Gareth Platt.
By Anonymous | Aug 22, 2013 10:13 am
IBTimes' anonymous intern says banks won't wake up to the demands they place on young staffers - the culture is too deeply ingrained.