Pity the Arabs, so desperate for a victory that many of us would even rush to celebrate a non-achievement, or even worse, an adversity. Two examples of this sad phenomenon emerged recently out of the United Kingdom: Brexit, where a slim majority of the British population voted to leave the European Union, and the recently announced Chilcot report findings.
The Chilcot report is nothing more than a gigantic ‘performance feedback form’ that took seven years to fill; much like the government bureaucratic exercises that are often ridiculed in the classic BBC television series, “Yes, Minister”Faisal J. Abbas
‘Brexit’ beyond immediate gains
In the Arab world, the EU represented hope. It represented a much-needed real life example that warring nations could put their differences aside and work together for the benefit of their citizensFaisal J. Abbas