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International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 11

Rohingya youths’ right to an education

In the summer of 2012, when a particularly gruesome episode of anti-Rohingya violence erupted in ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 11

Can Africa really benefit from Brexit?

In August 2018, then-Prime Minister Theresa May became the first British leader in five years ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 11

The war addiction of American cable TV

US cable news networks are addicted to war. War is their intoxicating elixir of choice. ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 11

Challenges after US-Iran tension

Many challenges have arisen for the region and the world from growing tensions between the ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 10

Iraq’s crisis: Deadlock or political opportunity?

In October 2018, when Adel Abdul Mahdi was named prime minister of Iraq, there was ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 10

Impeachment will damage Trump – whether he is removed or ...

Impeachment is a solemn process that impacts the American nation like no other political issue. ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 10

The Afghan war: A failure made in the USA

Weeks ago, the Washington Post published a six-part investigative series on the United States’ war ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 10

ADB’s new warning on BOP constraints to growth

The Asian Development Bank (ADP) has issued a new warning about the imbalances developing in ...
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A worsening global refugee crisis

The first Global Refugee Forum was held at the end of a tense and troubled ...
International VOLUME 15 ISSUE # 10

The US-India salvo

A joint warning by the US and India to Pakistan over its alleged inaction on ...