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The world must prevent Virus-induced Hunger

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The world must prevent Virus-induced Hunger Marco V. Sánchez Cantillo Many uncertainties haunt the world’s campaign to counter the COVID-19 pandemic, but one thing is now sure: Global economic activity will suffer greatly, with large-scale consequences for the incomes and welfare of all, but especially for the most vulnerable food import-dependent countries. Sorry you have no rights to view this ... Read More »

Religious Intolerance in India USCIRF recommends imposition of ‘targeted sanctions’

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Religious Intolerance in India USCIRF recommends imposition of ‘targeted sanctions’ Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India’s religious bigotry has seen an exponential growth, Religious minorities, especially the Muslims, are being subjected to persecution under state patronage. This dangerously growing trend is now projecting the real image of the country to the international community. Religious intolerance and persecution of minorities has ... Read More »

Geopolitical Consequences of Covid-19 The world will never be the same

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Geopolitical Consequences of Covid-19 The world will never be the same Ghufran Wakeel While the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global economy is more dramatic than any other shock in recent history, the consequences of the virus for the geopolitical order could be even more consequential. A radical shift in the global political economy may be imminent in ... Read More »

Erdoğan & the Question of Resurrection of the Ottoman Empire

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Erdoğan & the Question of Resurrection of the Ottoman Empire Abdul Rasool Syed What Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is poised to do after the expiration of the Treaty of Lausanne by 2023? Is he really endeavoring to resurrect the Ottoman Caliphate? Almost every political discourse, nowadays, led by political luminaries, spin doctors and academicians, revolves around such questions. The whole world ... Read More »

Covid-19 and US-China Tussle A lose-lose proposition that will do damage worldwide

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Covid-19 and US-China Tussle A lose-lose proposition that will do damage worldwide Shafqat Javed Covid-19 is becoming a key element in US-China relations. The pandemic has aggravated the already sinking US-China relationship attributed to the two countries’ trade, technology and geopolitical wars. The United States is increasingly blaming China for the spread of the coronavirus, the damage it has done ... Read More »

Covid-19 Response Will it accelerate the Shift in Power from the West to the East?

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Covid-19 Response Will it accelerate the Shift in Power from the West to the East? Athar Mansoor Our century is witnessing a tectonic shift in global power and influence from the West to the East. In his book, “The New Asian Hemisphere: The Irresistible Shift of Global Power to the East,” Kishore Mahbubani, a former Dean and Professor in Practice ... Read More »

The Brexit Issue

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The Brexit Issue. The Henry VIII period laid the foundations of the growth of modern English nationalism. A growing consciousness of Englishness with the background of historical, social and religious support crystallized as a new attitude of the English nation. This new formation of consciousness brought a new attitude of superiority to the English people. Sorry you have no rights ... Read More »