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Humans of pandemic

By Faizaan Qayyum The Covid-19 crisis is here and with our healthcare systems choked beyond capacity, we don’t seem to be doing very well. This is when the full force of the pandemic hasn’t hit us yet. To make it more complicated, social (or shall I say physical) distancing is …

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Trump Must Lift Sanctions on Iran

By Ariel Gold and Medea Benjamin The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is far from the first proof of how intertwined we are as a global community. The climate crisis and the refugee crisis have long been glaring examples that the wars or CO2 emissions on one continent risk the lives and …

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China triumphs, disingenuous US media grumbles

By Dennis Etler CNN, like all major Anglophone news outlets, tries to portray itself as fair and independent-minded, but all their reports that deal with China, Russia and Iran, among others, are replete with implicit biases. They take as given certain underlying assumptions that cannot be challenged. Case in point, …

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Global vaccine

By Aasim Sajjad Akhtar THE novel coronavirus spreading rapidly through the world represents an utterly historic moment. If the immediate task is to do all possible to ‘flatten the curve’, longer-term questions about the shape of the global political economy are equally important to think through. Perhaps the most likely …

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Education: looking forward

By Faisal Bari ALL educational institutions, across the country, are currently closed. This is as it should be. The same is true of most schools in most countries across the world. The government has, for now, said that schools will remain closed till April 5. This date is likely to …

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The British role in Indian policy against Muslims

By Mahdi Asgari There are many assumptions and arguments about the conflicts between Muslims and Hindus, which ultimately led to the separation of Pakistan (as an Islamic state) from India in 1947. One of the most important causes of conflicts between Muslims and Hindus were British policy during their colonization …

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Coronavirus has saved Benjamin Netanyahu’s political career

By Lily Galili Benjamin Netanyahu will go down in history as the one human being saved by coronavirus. Even if only temporarily, the virus that attacks the respiratory system serves for now as Netanyahu’s respiratory machine. It supplies the man who did not win the election with the necessary amount …

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