“Life Of Pi”

Movie Review Some movies make you laugh, some make you cry, some keep you on your toes in suspense, and some offer questions that leave you thinking long after the credits roll. “Life… Continue reading

Iraq’s Low Tax Rates Driving Development or Corruption?

Taxation and tax rate issues do not hit the headlines of the Iraqi news channels and newspapers even though they are perceptible in all world’s major media channels and business magazines, in its… Continue reading

Kurdistan’s Returning Diaspora Meet Locals

  Arguably, the sense of belonging is a key factor in a healthy upbringing. I say this as the child of a diplomat; continuously uprooted, and never truly at home in any country.… Continue reading

A Dark Paradise: Baghdad in War

Eyes wept with ichors instead of tears. How divine one can be, surviving the flesh-eating war that was filled with golden ashes! This war had delineated the outer lines of my persona. Dismay… Continue reading


Politics, politics, and politics, the fundamental topic of our days , and the standard we use for evaluating the characters of those around us. One of the most famous terms that is in… Continue reading

Kawa the Blacksmith: Maybe More than a Bedtime Story

I keenly remember sitting in the front seat of my dad’s car when I spotted a statue of a masculine man with an axe in hand in the middle of town. I was… Continue reading

Self-Help, How to Find Your Best Job Opportunities?

Aristotle said “Pleasure in the job, puts perfection in the work”, this and many other sayings encourage individuals to do what they love and love what they do in order to achieve excellence.… Continue reading

The Confederations Cup: Does it Mean Anything?

Every four years, a year before the World Cup, the Confederations Cup takes place. This tournament, formed in 1992, has 8 participants. They include the hosts, the World Cup holders, and the winners… Continue reading

SulyOn Cultural Artistic Club

SulyOn is a cultural artistic club founded in 2007 by a group of young people who were students at the Institute of Fine Arts. Each year the group has its own projects which… Continue reading