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Impeach and Prosecute Tony Blair Thu, 07 Jul, 2016

The Chilcot report's "findings" have virtually all been part of the public record for a decade, and it avoids key pieces of evidence.

Is Brexit the end of the world? Mon, 27 Jun, 2016

To judge from a New York Times front-page article that appeared two days after the British vote to withdraw from the EU, the entire post-World War II global financial

Why is the Orlando Murderer’s Gender Not Central to the Story? Thu, 16 Jun, 2016

The massacre in Orlando was carried out as an act of rage. By a man. Who had access to military-grade weapons. And had unmet mental health and trauma needs.

Horrific Orlando, America's Battlefield Tue, 14 Jun, 2016

Is Afghanistan safer than America? The horrific murder of 49 people in Orlando this past weekend elevates our country to one of the worst battlefields in the world.
IT law - a challenge of dispute resolution

IT law - a challenge of dispute resolution Wed, 08 Jun, 2016

IT law or cyber law or internet law, is evolving in giant steps. On its way, it has many challenges to meet and a lot of burdens to cope with. Being a part of international law, it is though specific in its nature, mode of implementation and protection.
Celebrating Muhammad Ali

Celebrating Muhammad Ali Tue, 07 Jun, 2016

Thousands are heading to Louisville, Kentucky this week to mourn the death and celebrate the life of Muhammad Ali. Ali will never be forgotten. He shook up the world and the world is a better place.

Beauty Contestants Now for World War, not World Peace Tue, 07 Jun, 2016

Even within what Dr. King called the greatest purveyor of violence in the world, there used to be one constituency you could count on to speak up for world peace: beauty contesta

Building Trust in Afghanistan Mon, 06 Jun, 2016

Here in Kabul, I read a recent BBC op-ed by Ahmed Rashid, urging a “diplomatic offensive” to build or repair relationships with the varied groups representing armed extremism in Afghanistan.
Pakistan in the US, the US in Pakistan: Self-denial is the biggest threat to world peace

Pakistan in the US, the US in Pakistan: Self-denial is the biggest threat to world peace Mon, 30 May, 2016

One of the ironies of being a Pakistani living abroad, especially in the West, is having to pose as Indian. According to Asghar Choudhri, the chairman of Brooklyn’s Pakistani American Merchant Association,  

On President Obama’s Hiroshima Visit Tue, 24 May, 2016

President Obama will be the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima since the bombing 71 years ago in 1945.

Let's Back All Moderates in Syria and the World Sat, 28 May, 2016

I've come around in favor of backing all moderates. The question appeared to me for a long time as a difficult one. Should one give anti-aircraft weaponry, for example, to al Qaeda fighters in Syria in order to better combat ISIS (which could some day develop the airplane)?
Suicidal Nuclear Gambit on Caucasus

Suicidal Nuclear Gambit on Caucasus Wed, 18 May, 2016

Nuclear security is seemingly in the vanguard of global attention, but the large framework of international provisions is increasingly perceived as a toothless tiger.

I FREE myself from Facebook Mon, 16 May, 2016

 It was sometimes ago that the New Yorker featured a cartoon that went something like this: “With the internet, you can be a dog behind a computer and nobody knows.”

North Korea, Following China and India, Pledges No-First-Use of Nuclear Weapons. So Could Obama Mon, 16 May, 2016

North Korea’s May 7 declaration that it would not be first to use nuclear weapons was met with official derision instead of relief and applause. 
India’s Education – one view on Optimisation and Outreach

India’s Education – one view on Optimisation and Outreach Fri, 13 May, 2016

In the present era of globalization, organizations are expected to work with a creative rather than a reactive perspective and grow to be flexible, responsive and capable organizations in order to survive.

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Revisiting Dictatorship: Democracy is Worst Form of Government, Indeed

The late Soeharto has become something of a poster boy for leadership as the nation searches for a president who can effectively deliver the goods.

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