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The Destabilised Middle East

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The Destabilized Middle East By Ron Forthofer Ongoing fighting in Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen have devastated these nations and they may not survive as unitary states. The effects have been horrific for the populations of all four countries. There have also been lesser impacts for nations in Africa and Europe. For example, extremist Wahhabi Islamic groups are no

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Pakistan proposes 8 world heritage sites to Unesco

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Pakistan proposes 8 world heritage sites to Unesco Pakistan will push for Unesco to include another eight sites, that are of universal value, in its lost of world heritage sites. “These sites are of national and cultural universal importance, and will attract tourists from across borders – that will help Pakistan generate income and improve its soft image,” Ministry of

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CULTURE AND STATE

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Culture & state A.G. Noorani  The writer is an author and a lawyer based in Mumbai. The writer is an author and a lawyer based in Mumbai. POLITICS is the art of the possible; economics is the science of the useful; culture is the essence of the worthwhile. The Spanish intellectual, Salvador de Madariaga’s summing is apt. There is a

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The Ideology of Humanitarian Imperialism

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The Ideology of Humanitarian Imperialism Interview with distinguished Belgian Scholar Jean Bricmont By Jean Bricmont Global Research, November 29, 2015 Politico and CounterPunch 27 November 2015 Interview with distinguished Belgian Scholar Jean Bricmont. Interview with Àngel Ferrero for the Spanish newspaper, Publico. English Translation courtesy

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Shame on You, Mr. Culture Minister

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Shame on You, Mr. Culture Minister Siddharth Varadarajan   A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and other matters are not casual off-the-cuff remarks; they have to be seen in the context of the guidance provided by the RSS to the government Union Minister for Tourism & Culture Mahesh Sharma being offered sweets as he unveils a 365 kg jumbo laddoo to celebrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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Shame on You, Mr. Culture Minister

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Shame on You, Mr. Culture Minister By Siddharth Varadarajan A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and other matters are not casual off-the-cuff remarks; they have to be seen in the context of the guidance provided by the RSS to the government Union Minister for Tourism & Culture Mahesh Sharma being offered sweets as he unveils a 365 kg jumbo laddoo to celebrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi&rsq

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MODI’S VISIT TO UK- AN EVALUATION

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MODI’S VISIT TO UK- AN EVALUATION Meena Varma  It was easy to forget, as streams of early arrivals battled through driving hail and wind to reach the stadium, that the man they were flocking to see was barred from Britain for a decade until 2012, following riots in Gujarat in which 2,000 Muslims died. The Hindu nationalist Modi was chief m

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MODI’S VISIT TO UK- AN EVALUATION

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MODI’S VISIT TO UK- AN EVALUATION Meena Varma It was easy to forget, as streams of early arrivals battled through driving hail and wind to reach the stadium, that the man they were flocking to see was barred from Britain for a decade until 2012, following riots in Gujarat in which 2,000 Muslims died. The Hindu nationalist Modi was chief mini

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REVERSE SWING: MODI'S GOVERNANCE IS A LOST OPPORTUNITY

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Reverse Swing: Modi’s Governance is a Lost Opportunity India needed a leader of the nation. Instead, it got the leader of a party. Written by Tunku Varadarajan | Updated: November 8, 2015 1:57 pm   Modi is no Margaret Thatcher. I see no honest drive to undo India’s crony capitalism, and an excessive reli

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From Pol Pot to ISIS: The Blood Never Dried

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From Pol Pot To ISIS: The Blood Never Dried By John Pilger In transmitting President Richard Nixon's orders for a "massive" bombing of Cambodia in 1969, Henry Kissinger said, "Anything that flies on everything that moves". As Barack Obama wages his seventh war against the Muslim world since he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and Francois Hollande promises a "merciless" attack

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