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Robert Reich: How To Talk About Israel And Gaza On A College Campus (Or Anywhere Else) – OpEd

A few months ago I met with a group of students to talk about what’s happening in Israel and Gaza. Some were Jewish, some were Palestinian. I’m...

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Robert Reich

An EREV RAV: Conversion Then And Now – OpEd

Judaism is not a missionary faith and so doesn’t actively try to convert non-Jewish people (in many countries anti-Jewish laws prohibited...

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Rabbi Allen S. Maller

Tracing The Footprints Of TTP And BLA’s Joint Operations – OpEd

The landscape of terrorism and insurgency in South Asia, particularly in Pakistan, has been significantly shaped by the activities of two militant...

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Dr. Sahibzada Muhammad Usman

Indonesia: Balancing Act In A Multipolar World – OpEd

Indonesia’s foreign policy, strategically positioned at the crossroads of major geopolitical interests involving the USA, China, Russia, and the...

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Simon Hutagalung

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC): A Transformative Leap For Pakistan’s Future – OpEd

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) stands as one of the most ambitious and transformative infrastructure projects that Pakistan has...

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Shaikh Moazam Khan

Hope And Reform In Balochistan: Can The New Government Deliver? – OpEd

Balochistan, Pakistan’s largest province by land area, has long been plagued by developmental challenges, lagging behind other provinces in terms...

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Dr. Siraj Bashir

Liberal Democracy Is Losing Its Luster – OpEd

It’s April in New Delhi and the heat is rising – environmentally, but also politically. Beginning April 19th, over 900 million people in India...

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Ranjani Iyer Mohanty

Rise Of The ‘AI God’ – OpEd

Navigating the growing Artificial Intelligence conundrum from a Christian perspective In the rapidly advancing landscape of artificial intelligence...

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Mathew Maavak

Environmentalists’ Silence On Humanity And Environmental Atrocities

While wind and solar do not emit carbon dioxide, there are substantial environmental degradations and humanity atrocities occurring in China,

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Ronald Stein

KNB Ex-Head: Russia Plans To Take Not Only Western Kazakhstan But Also Junior Zhuz Away From Astana – OpEd

War.novyny.live, in a report by Elena Korotkosheiko entitled “Russia plans to invade Kazakhstan – Musayev”, said: “If Putin’s regime hangs

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Akhas Tazhutov

Robert Reich: A Small Thing You Can Do To Help Stop Trump – OpEd

A large contingent of the Kennedy family was on hand last week to endorse Joe Biden in an event in Philadelphia that featured speeches from Kerry...

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Robert Reich

Ralph Nader: Palestinians As ‘The Others’ – OpEd

Throughout history, military empires have reduced their victims, their subjugated, and their abducted to a state of “The Others.” The political...

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Ralph Nader

Between Superpowers: Indonesia’s Balancing Act In The US-Russia Rivalry Amidst The Ukraine Crisis – OpEd

Indonesia as the fourth most populous nation globally and an emerging force in Southeast Asia holds significant importance in the realm of...

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Simon Hutagalung

From Airstrikes To Escalation: Understanding The Latest Conflict In The Middle East – OpEd

The Middle  East is in currently a state of renewed turmoil with Israeli forces the crossing border into Lebanon to dismantle a drone base believed...

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Simon Hutagalung

Thailand: Why The Betong International Airport Is A White Elephant – OpEd

The construction of Betong International Airport began in 2017 after the project was pushed by both local identities and the former Thai prime...

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Murray Hunter

G7 And President Biden: ‘Swift Aid For Ukraine’ – OpEd

G7 (Group of Seven) major powers foreign ministers met on Capri Island, Italy on April 18, 2024, and pledged to bolster Ukraine’s air defences to...

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Patial Rc

A New Era For Pakistan’s Economy – OpEd

In recent years, Pakistan’s economic landscape has been characterized by a blend of daunting challenges and burgeoning opportunities. This...

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Dr. Sahibzada Muhammad Usman

The Ravi River Conundrum: Politics, Pollution, And Peril – OpEd

The Ravi River, historically revered as one of the five rivers defining Punjab’s identity, has endured a perilous decline, raising concerns over...

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Syeda Tahreem Bukhari

After Months Of Diagnostic Delay, Migrant Worker Could Access TB Services Only When Community Health Worker Met Him – OpEd

A migrant worker who was sick for over three months, actively sought medical help and advice, but his health kept deteriorating. Despite having...

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Shobha Shukla

The Unseen Contributions Of The Pakistani Diaspora – OpEd

The Pakistani diaspora, scattered across the globe, often finds itself at the intersection of two worlds—holding onto their roots while adapting...

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Muhammad Haroon

Towards Prosperity: Revisiting The Significance Of Subregional Cooperation Among BBIN Nations – OpEd

Recently, the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh, Dr. Hasan Mahmud, requested the ambassador of Bhutan of considering rejoining the Bangladesh-Bhutan-...

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Md. Jahid Al-Mamun

In The Good Old Days, One Fourth Of Income Went To Food – OpEd

I am not ordinarily a celebrant for the state of the economy, but the media have been so over the top in pushing the economic doom story during the...

yesterday 3

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Dean Baker

Palestinian Cause Must Be Freed From Iran-Israel Trap – OpEd

By Dr. Mohammed Al-Sulami Iran’s recent military strike on Israel sparked much debate over its implications. While some argue that Iran achieved...

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Arab News

Censorship Wars: Elon Musk, Safety Commissioners And Violent Content – OpEd

The attitudes down under towards social media have turned barmy.  While there is much to take Elon Musk to task for his wrecking ball antics at...

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Binoy Kampmark

The Federal Phase-Out Of Gasoline Cars Has Begun – OpEd

By Jon Miltimore The Biden administration recently rolled out new emissions regulations that the  New York Times said will “transform the...

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Aier

Countering The Neoconservative Defense Of The British Empire – OpEd

By Martin George Holmes One of the worst novels of the nineteenth century, aesthetically and politically, is Julius Vogel’s Anno Domini...

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Mises

Elites In The Global North Are Scared To Talk About Palestine – OpEd

Israeli bombs continue to fall on Gaza, killing Palestinian civilians with abandon. Al Jazeera published a story about the destruction of 24...

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Vijay Prashad

Kahane Would Be Proud Of Ben-Gvir’s Long Game – OpEd

Throughout Israel’s history, fringe religious Zionist parties have had limited success in achieving the kind of electoral victories that would...

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Ramzy Baroud

Supreme Court Hands The ‘Pillage’ People A Loss – OpEd

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of George Sheetz, who was charged a $23,000 fee to build on his own land in El Dorado County,...

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K. Lloyd Billingsley

The Oakland A’s Stadium Shenanigans – OpEd

The story of where the Oakland Athletics baseball team will play after they leave the Oakland Coliseum this season has taken some surprising turns....

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Craig Eyermann

Rise In Global Military Spending Amidst Two Ongoing Conflicts – OpEd

The ongoing destructive war between Russia and Ukraine, which has dragged on since February 2014, and the equally devastating six-month-old...

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Thalif Deen

Struggle Between ‘New Kazakhstan’ And ‘Old Kazakhstan’ Seems To Be A Kind Of Nanay Wrestling – OpEd

Now, against the background of the floods that hit vast swathes of Western and Northern Kazakhstan and caused popular discontent with the...

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Akhas Tazhutov

Ukraine: US Doubles Down, Russia Is Cool – OpEd

Russia’s free running in the Ukraine war in the most recent months is about to end this week as the Biden Administration has met with success in...

yesterday 2

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M.k. Bhadrakumar

The FTC Again Fails To Protect Consumers – OpEd

Once considered a dead policy issue, the Federal Trade Commission’s “Funeral Rule” is back in the headlines. After a nearly 10-year...

yesterday 2

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William F. Shughart Ii

Afghan Taliban And TTP Nexus: Negative Effects On Regional Peace – OpEd

Pakistan and Afghanistan are two major states of South Asia which are bound in cultural, social, religious and historical relationship and are...

yesterday 2

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Sehrish Khan

Alexander Motyl Is Dead Wrong About JD Vance And Russia-Ukraine – OpEd

Alexander Motyl’s recent article in The Hill, “JD Vance is dead wrong about Ukraine aid”, is a classic case of muddled thinking (using...

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Michael Averko

Tackling Morocco’s Water Crisis: A Unified Approach To Dam Construction And Management – OpEd

As Morocco grapples with a profound water crisis, the filling of dams emerges as a critical issue vital for the nation’s survival. In response,...

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Said Temsamani

Ron Paul: Final Nail In America’s Coffin?

When future historians go searching for the final nail in the US coffin, they may well settle on the date April 20, 2024. On that day Congress...

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Ron Paul

Russia Is Not A Threat To NATO Or Neutral States – OpEd

NATO just turned 75 – amid its deepest crisis ever, no matter what they say. During all these years, we have heard repeatedly that the...

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Jan Oberg

Empowering The Backbone: Economic Opportunities For Rural Women In Balochistan – OpEd

Pakistan’s rural women, the unsung heroines of the agricultural sector, play a critical role in food security, contributing significantly to food...

yesterday 2

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Amna Talha

Will Zionism Self-Destruct? – OpEd

In the summer following Israel’s 2006 (unsuccessful) war on Hizbullah, Dick Cheney sat in his office loudly bemoaning Hizbullah’s continuing...

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Alastair Crooke

Was The Earliest Human Pilgrimage Destination Buried Due To Allah’s Earliest Prophet? – OpEd

The theft of fire for the benefit of humanity is a theme that recurs in many dozens of the world’s mythologies. Its recurrent themes include...

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Rabbi Allen S. Maller

Global Machinations: Bangladesh National Strategy Against Kuki-Chin Armed Movement – OpEd

The Bangladesh government has garnered significant experience in countering insurgency activities in the Chattagram Hill Tracts (CHT). Through...

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Eurasia Review

Lawsuit Filed Against European Commions For Failing To Protect Macedonians In Bulgaria – OpEd

Macedonian organizations filed a lawsuit in the Court of Justice of the European Union, against the European Commission, in an historic step to...

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US Woos Estranged NATO Ally Turkey – OpEd

Washington has dusted up its old toolbox to re-engage its cold-war ally Turkey and resuscitate their moribund alliance to serve the US’...

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Eurasia Review

Prison Calls Are Increasingly Free, But Prisoners Still Aren’t – OpEd

I recently saw the face of a friend whom I had never met before. In a video call to a California state prison facility, I was finally...

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Rawalpindi’s Deteriorating Public Image: Who’s To Blame? – OpEd

The top brass of Pakistan army regularly congregate at the military’s General Headquarters [GHQ] in Rawalpindi to discuss various defence related...

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Nilesh Kunwar

Qur’an And Seder Celebrate The Victory Of Light Over Darkness – OpEd

The Passover Seder celebrates God’s rescue of the oppressed Jewish People from Egypt more than 32 centuries ago. The Rabbis added an aspect of...

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Rabbi Allen S. Maller

Why The US Debt Is Unsustainable And Is Destroying The Middle Class

By Daniel Lacalle In a recent tweet, a talented financial analyst and investor stated: “The “debt is unsustainable” narrative has been around...

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Mises

The Horn Of Africa States: Despite The Chaos, It Is Still Best To Regionalize – OpEd

There was once a time when every country was almost on its own and every country was competing with the other or others but then countries began to...

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Dr. Suleiman Walhad

AI And Digital Tech: Enabling Inclusive Tourism – OpEd

The market segment devoted to catering to the needs of individuals with disabilities constitutes a substantial and burgeoning component of the...

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Ahmad Nizam Che Kasim

Good News: US Troops Are Set To Leave Niger – OpEd

The United States military has a tendency to park itself in a country and not budge even after its presence has proven catastrophic or the...

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Adam Dick

Obamacare, Student Loans, And The End Of Empire – OpEd

Once upon a time—in 2010 to be exact—in the land of D.C., the great and powerful Obama proposed a new law called “Obamacare.” Now, in those...

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Mary L. G. Theroux

Telling The ‘Untold’ Stories Of Palestinian Lives, Dreams, And Hopes—In Gaza And Beyond – OpEd

After a decade of struggling with infertility and undergoing IVF procedures, 27-year-old Alaa gave birth to her first son, Kareem—an “energetic...

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April M. Short

Qatari Emir’s Visit To Dhaka Marks Beginning Of A New Chapter – OpEd

There has been a notable shift in the diplomatic landscape of the Middle East in recent years, with regional states increasingly engaging in...

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Kamal Uddin Mazumder

The Rationale Of Bangladesh’s Economic Cooperation Agreement With Japan – OpEd

With flags that share a brotherly resemblance, Japan and Bangladesh embarked on a unique journey on February 10, 1972. Since then, Japan has...

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Anik Dey

Pakistan Stock Exchange Closes At Highest-Ever Level – OpEd

At Pakistan Stock Exchange trading session during the week ended on April 19, 2024 remained erratic. However, concluded on a stronger note on the...

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Shabbir H. Kazmi

Failure Of Red Sea Coalition And Downfall Of US Hegemony – OpEd

The Red Sea has become a hotspot of tension due to the Houthi attacks on commercial Israeli-linked ships. The US has strongly and irresponsibly...

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Peter Rodgers

Policy Innovation For Economic Resurgence In Pakistan – OpEd

Pakistan stands at a critical juncture in its economic history, facing a confluence of challenges and opportunities that demand bold, innovative...

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Muhammad Arsalan Jamal Ghuri

Economic Empowerment In Baluchistan: Unlocking Potential For Prosperity – OpEd

Baluchistan, Pakistan’s largest province by land area, is endowed with abundant natural resources, diverse cultural heritage, and strategic...

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Muhammad Haroon

Protests Expand Across Iran As Economy Continues To Nosedive – OpEd

As Iran’s regime continues to funnel the country’s resources to fund terrorism and warmongering in the region, the economy continues to...

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Mahmoud Hakamian

Withdrawal Of Russian Troops From Armenia Could Prove Even More Fateful Than Their Pullout From Azerbaijan – OpEd

Russian and international media have devoted enormous attention to Moscow’s decision to withdraw its so-called “peace keepers” from Azerbaijan...

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Paul Goble

Robert Reich: The Trump Voter Fraud Paradox – OpEd

After making more than three years of unfounded claims that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him, Trump is now warning of an even...

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Robert Reich

You Think This Situation Is Terrifying? Wait Until Iran Goes Nuclear – OpEd

By Baria Alamuddin While the tit-for-tat exchange between Israel and Iran has fundamentally altered strategic calculations about regional security,...

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Arab News

Universities For AUKUS: The Social License Confidence Trick – OpEd

“Can we still see universities as places to learn and produce knowledge that, at the risk of sounding naïve, is for the greater good of...

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Binoy Kampmark

The Horn of Africa States: The Continuing Challenges – OpEd

If one were travelling across the globe today, one would notice that the world is sick and ailing and wherever one looks, one would find countries...

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Dr. Suleiman Walhad

A New View Of Israel’s Exodus – OpEd

Dr. Joseph Weinstein points out that the biblical exodus account describes a mass refugee movement in which thousands of oppressed Hebrews (or...

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Rabbi Allen S. Maller

From Competition To Collaboration: The Rise Of Regionalism In East Asia – OpEd

East Asia is at a crossroads right now, and there are a lot of problems that would possibly ruin the region’s peace and development. The...

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Simon Hutagalung

Unpacking The Reasoning Behind Tehran’s Response To Israel’s Isfahan Attack – OpEd

In the tense geopolitical landscape of the Middle East, every incident carries weight. When Israel reportedly struck a military base near the...

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Altaf Moti

India: Can Narendra Modi Repeat His Past Election Victories This Time Too? – OpEd

India is poised to become populous nation in 2023, with an estimated population of 1.428 billion people (17.8% of the global population).  By the...

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Ambassador Kazi Anwarul Masud

Robert Reich: The Party’s Over – OpEd

Last Sunday, on ABC’s “This Week,” host George Stephanopoulos asked New Hampshire’s Republican governor Chris Sununu about his recent switch...

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Robert Reich

Reassessing Europe’s Engagement In African Energy Production – OpEd

Angola, Mozambique and Nigeria plan to discuss comprehensive ways on catalyzing opportunities in Africa’s key growth markets at the upcoming...

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Kester Kenn Klomegah

FBI Probe Of Catholics Still Unresolved – OpEd

On Thursday, April 18, 2024, the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Inspector General (IG) Michael E. Horowitz released his report on the FBI’s leaked...

19.04.2024 1

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William Donohue

Iran Targets The UK – OpEd

On the afternoon of Friday, 29 March, Pouria Zeraati was attacked by two men outside his home in south London.  Slashed again and again with a...

19.04.2024 2

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Neville Teller

More Education Needed To Protect Our Environment – OpEd

A few years ago, in Büyükada (Prinkipo), in the Kadıyoran slope region, day-trippers would come to Hristos Hill, bringing their food bags,...

19.04.2024 4

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Haluk Direskeneli

Pakistan: SIFC’s Blueprint For The Next Decade – OpEd

The Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) has unveiled an ambitious blueprint aimed at reshaping Pakistan’s investment landscape over...

19.04.2024 4

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Dr. Sahibzada Muhammad Usman

Asia And Pacific Regional Economic Outlook: Steady Growth Amid Diverging Prospects – Presentation

Opening remarks at the Press Conference on the Regional Economic Outlook for Asia and Pacific Good morning to everyone here in Washington DC, and...

18.04.2024 3

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Krishna Srinivasan

The Australian Defence Formula: Spend! Spend! Spend! – OpEd

The skin toasted Australian Minister of Defence, Richard Marles, who resembles, with each day, the product of an overly worked solarium, was...

18.04.2024 5

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Binoy Kampmark

Contrary To The NYT, Mortgage Rates Are Unlikely To Stay Where They Are – OpEd

The New York Times did a classic the economy is awful story by highlighting the fact that 1.3 million homeowners might not be moving because of...

18.04.2024 4

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Dean Baker

GCC Calls For End To Cycle Of Violence In Wake Of Iran’s Failed Attack – OpEd

By Dr. Abdel Aziz Aluwaisheg Gulf Cooperation Council foreign ministers met earlier this week in an emergency session focused on the recent...

18.04.2024 3

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Arab News

Speaker Mike Johnson: The Only Options Are Ukrainian Or American Troops At War With Russia – OpEd

United States House of Representatives Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) has turned out to be an uber warmonger. He put this attitude on display in a...

18.04.2024 3

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Adam Dick

Resolving Border Crisis Requires Increasing Legal Migration – OpEd

Given former president Donald Trump’s rhetoric during the Republican primaries, we can expect immigration enforcement on our southern border to be...

18.04.2024 4

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Benjamin Powell

Strengthening Bonds: Saudi-Pakistan Alliance – OpEd

Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have a long-standing friendship based on historical connections, religious affiliations, economic collaborations,...

18.04.2024 1

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Sehr Rushmeen

Iran Seeks International Backing Following Missile Strikes On Israel – OpEd

Amid rising tensions and speculation surrounding a potential Israeli response, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi reached out to Russia’s Vladimir...

18.04.2024 3

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Fuad Muxtar-Agbabali

Senator Cardin Must Help End The Blockade Of Cuba – OpEd

Cuba is going hungry. The costs of food and other basic necessities are skyrocketing. Rolling blackouts periodically plunge the island into...

18.04.2024 4

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Rev. Deborah Mceachran

Canada’s Healthcare System Can’t Keep Track Of Patients And Is Vulnerable To Cyberattacks – OpEd

April 17, 2024 marked eight years since my mother, Victoria Billingsley, departed this life at the age of 94. It was also the same day she received...

18.04.2024 3

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K. Lloyd Billingsley

Kazakhstan: Independent Kazakh YouTube Bloggers Inflict Crushing Defeat On Mme Balayeva’s Information Ministry – OpEd

Newsweek, in a piece, entitled “Russia’s Saber-Rattling Against Neighbor Risks Drawing China’s Ire”, quoted Kate Mallinson, an associate...

18.04.2024 3

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Akhas Tazhutov

Two Tales Of Subsidies – OpEd

The Secretary of the US Department of the Treasury, Janet L. Yellen visited the People’s Republic of China (PRC) from April 3rd to April 9th,...

18.04.2024 1

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Bhabani Shankar Nayak

A Bittersweet Arab American Heritage Month – OpEd

I’ve always known my Arab culture is worth celebrating. I heard it in Syrian tenor Sabah Fakhri’s powerful voice reverberating in my mom’s car...

18.04.2024 2

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Farrah Hassen

Saudi FM Led Delegation’s Visit To Pakistan – OpEd

A high-powered Saudi delegation led by the Saudi Foreign Minister Prince bin Farhan Al Saud arrived in Pakistan on Tuesday amid the ongoing Iran-...

18.04.2024 2

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Noureen Akhtar

Greece, Bangladesh Vow To Expand Cooperation In Key Sectors: From Shipping To Manpower – OpEd

Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister Dr. Hassan Mahmud and his Greek counterpart, George Gerapetritis, convened a bilateral meeting on Tuesday (April...

18.04.2024 2

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Syed Raiyan Amir

India’s Calculus On CPEC – OpEd

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a flagship project of the One Belt and One Road (OBOR) initiative. It holds the potential to...

18.04.2024 3

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Arooj Saghir

Shifting Indonesians’ Support For Russia: Solidarity With Ukraine And Palestine – OpEd

Indonesians have long been an ally of the Palestinians, with the level of public support for Palestine remaining consistently high in light of the...

18.04.2024 2

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Rizqy Amelia Zein

‘Cracking The Bro Code’ In Computing Cultures – Book Review

The University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press,...

18.04.2024 10

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Eurasia Review

Given Russian Response To Terrorist Attack, Central Asian Countries Are ‘Moving Away’ From Moscow – OpEd

Moscow has always assumed that the Central Asian countries would remain in its corner because of their authoritarian leaderships and the lack of an...

17.04.2024 10

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Paul Goble

Why The Global South Is Rising For Gaza – OpEd

The distance between Gaza and Namibia is measured in the thousands of kilometers. But their historical experiences mean they feel much closer. This...

17.04.2024 10

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Ramzy Baroud

Iran’s Attack On Israel Provides An Opportunity To De-Escalate – OpEd

By Connor O’Keeffe Over the weekend, the Iranian military launched hundreds of drones and missiles toward Israel. Israeli, American, and Jordanian...

17.04.2024 3

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Mises

Why We Need Alternative Media – OpEd

Like most people, I either read or watch news online. Newspapers and TV channels were important through most years of my life. I’m not averse to...

17.04.2024 20

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Prakash Kona

Lessons From China – OpEd

On a daily basis the corporate media, members of Congress, and courtier pundits who refuse to do a basic internet search, make reference to the...

17.04.2024 2

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Margaret Kimberley

The Perilous Path Of Negotiating With TTP: Lessons From History And The Way Forward For Pakistan – OpEd

The annals of history are replete with lessons that, if heeded, can guide nations away from perilous paths. One such lesson comes from the era of...

17.04.2024 5

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Asad Ali

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