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US must remain vigilantas terrorism threat evolves

Dalia Al-Aqidi Russia was struck by an unparalleled tragedy on March 22, as gunmen launched a brutal assault on Moscow’s Crocus City Hall, resulting...

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Tory party has lost the plot – and could be bad news for Labour

John Harris For many people reading this, the analogy will seem ludicrous, but hear me out: if the Conservative party was one of your friends, you’d...

yesterday 8

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Space-based solar power close to becoming a reality

Khaled Abou Zahr The concept of harnessing solar energy from space has transitioned from the realms of science fiction to almost tangible reality,...

yesterday 10

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Ditching European trade for China and India was ever a poor bet

Will Hutton The world has changed since, post-Brexit, “Global Britain” set itself to “pivot” from sclerotic Europe towards booming Asia....

yesterday 10

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Britain is usually excited when it boots out a tired old govt

Andy Beckett Why are so many voters so unsatisfied with Britain’s main parties? In the opinion polls, despite Labour’s strong lead, their combined...

yesterday 7

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US holds deciding card

In what the Palestinian Authority ambassador to the United Nations called a “historic moment”, the UN Security Council decided on Monday to review...

yesterday 10

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‘Subject Three’ dance belongs to the world

Liu Taoyuan A special popular dance has attracted attention widely. There are two stories about the origin of “Subject Three” or kemusan (also...

yesterday 8

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Sino-Indian border tensions can be tamed

In a welcome move that may give a timely boost to the development of peaceful and stable China-India relations, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

yesterday 10

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Britain is now irrationally terrified of freedom

Sherelle Jacobs To call it a farce does not even come close. The Brexit saga has tipped into the realms of national tragedy. For some reason, it is...

yesterday 8

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US wooing Iraqi PM in bid to reduce Iran’s influence

Maria Maalouf Next week’s visit to the US by Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani will take place in a very complex regional context....

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For Roma, justice truly is blind

Jonathan Lee On February 22, the City Court in the eastern Slovakian town of Kosice acquitted 10 police officers accused of forcing six Romani...

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Japan and Philippines gambling on US game

Before setting off from Manila on Wednesday for Washington for the first trilateral summit between the United States, the Philippines and Japan,...

previous day 10

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Weaponising underwear: Genocide with a semi-pornographic twist

Belén Fernández Let’s pretend for a moment that, in the course of waging war against the state of Israel, Hamas militants from the Gaza Strip had...

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Wildlife, animals rights in Pakistan

Senior Minister Punjab, Marriyum Aurangzeb has recently told the media that the government of the Punjab would roll out a province-wide network of...

previous day 10

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Trump and US media’s conflict of interest

Waleed Salem On the last day of the Republican National Convention in July 2016, which nominated Donald Trump as the GOP’s candidate for the...

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Danger knocking on the door of Lebanon’s Christians once again

Hussain Abdul-Hussain The Christians of Lebanon find themselves defenseless against the existential threat that is coming their way from Islamist Iran...

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The solidarity of shared trauma: De-exceptionalising Gaza

Eric Reinhart “I live out by O’Hare. Every time a plane flies overhead at night, my hands shake. I’m looking for a place to hide. And then the...

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Africa can be a catalyst for global economic transformation

Dr. Majid Rafizadeh As we approach the midpoint of the third decade of the 21st century, the global economic landscape is poised for a profound shift,...

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Strengthening the G20 Common Framework a global public good that benefits all

Hazar Caracalla Record debt levels and increasing debt servicing costs, exacerbated by successive shocks since 2020, have placed about half of...

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‘Rohingya’ a powerful word that many in Myanmar fear

Dr. Azeem Ibrahim Myanmar has an unfortunate claim to hosting the world’s longest civil war, stemming from the Tatmadaw’s conflicts with almost...

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Libya’s feuding leaders ensure political stalemate continues

Talmiz Ahmed At a conclave convened in Cairo by the Arab League last month, Libya’s three principal leaders jointly agreed on the “necessity” of...

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Economic stagnation is coming for Italy

Roger Bootle The last few years have been remarkable for smashing established preconceptions about economic performance. Two weeks ago, I analysed...

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China, Sri Lanka forging stronger bonds

Lu Yang In ancient times, Sri Lanka was the center of trade in the Indian Ocean and is now an important partner for China in South Asia. More...

10.04.2024 20

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Pak-Saudi ties

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif along with a high-level delegation has recently paid a three-day visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Besides...

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Palestinians and world must not lose hope

Mariam Barghouti When in early October we, Palestinians, laid out to the world what was going to happen, our testimonies and foresight were seen as an...

10.04.2024 20

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Revamping police department: A call for comprehensive reforms

Sajid Mumtaz Khan Residential problems often pose significant challenges for police personnel, particularly in terms of housing affordability and...

09.04.2024 8

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NATO is not a hegemonic burden for the US

Carla Norrlof With NATO marking its 75th anniversary last Thursday, the idea that it is free-riding on the US remains a live issue. While Donald Trump...

08.04.2024 40

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Global majority remakes mankind’s future

Herman Tiu Laurel The Global South should now be called the “global majority” to do justice to its socio-economic, geopolitical and civilizational...

08.04.2024 20

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Israel’s message: ‘Don’t feed Palestinians’

Andrew Mitrovica The invading Israeli army ought to have erected signs throughout Gaza that read: “Don’t feed the Palestinians: Punishable by...

08.04.2024 20

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Urgency for climate change governance

Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has constituted a high-level committee to review Climate Change Governance and establish Mechanisms to...

08.04.2024 20

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‘Resisting’ Israel from Jordan, Iraq and Yemen

Baria Alamuddin For the past six months, Iran and its proxies have toyed with the Gaza war; dialing tensions up and down for their own propaganda...

08.04.2024 10

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NAB’s role against property frauds

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has instructed individuals robbed by AAA Associates to submit their compensation claims to the NAB Rawalpindi...

08.04.2024 30

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A tale of China’s economic resilience should be retold

Liu Jun We live in a world where the growth momentum has weakened, and countries have taken on divergent recovery paths. Uncertainties in global...

08.04.2024 20

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Revamping police department: A call for comprehensive reforms

Sajid Mumtaz Khan In the tapestry of a nation’s governance, the police department stands as one of the most crucial threads. It is the institution...

08.04.2024 9

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Public Issues in Erstwhile FATA

Local tribal elites and elders from var­ious clans and tribes held demonstrations demanding government action against the illegal leasing of mines....

07.04.2024 10

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Gaza War and Arab Advocacy

A group of Arab countries at the UN called on the Security Council to invoke Chapter 7 of the UN Charter, to force Israel to implement an immediate...

07.04.2024 10

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Aid workers’ deaths may well be a turning point in the Gaza war

Dr. Amal Mudallali The killing of seven World Central Kitchen aid workers in Gaza is seen as the tipping point for humanitarian aid after six months...

07.04.2024 9

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Political May-hem looms for embattled UK leader

Andrew Hammond When Rishi Sunak became UK prime minister in 2022, the conventional wisdom was that he would help stabilize a flailing government, even...

07.04.2024 10

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What does Egypt-Turkiye rapprochement mean for Libya?

Hafed Al-Ghwell The rapprochement between Turkiye and Egypt, after years of frigid relations, heralds a new era of regional diplomacy, with...

07.04.2024 10

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Is Israel deterring Iran — or provoking it?

Yossi Mekelberg As such, it is no surprise when Israel carries out airstrikes, either in Lebanon or Syria, and even beyond, since it has been engaging...

07.04.2024 10

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Turkish election results reflect women’s growing role

Sinem Cengiz In 1934, Turkish women accomplished a milestone that predated many other nations: They secured the right to vote and stand for elected...

07.04.2024 10

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Why Judge Aileen Cannon is onthin ice in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago case

Norman Eisen, E. Danya Perry & Joshua Kolb On Tuesday, special counsel Jack Smith threw down the gauntlet in an extraordinary filing in the Mar-a-Lago...

07.04.2024 10

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Israel’s lose-lose situation shows its crisis just beginning

Dr. Ramzy Baroud Historically, wars unite Israelis. Not anymore. Not that Israelis disagree with Benjamin Netanyahu’s latest war; they simply do not...

07.04.2024 20

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Ousting Boris was a huge mistake

Daniel Hannan Everything has gone wrong for the Tories since they toppled Boris Johnson. When ministers mutinied en masse in July 2022, Labour’s...

07.04.2024 10

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Towery projects and public welfare

Senior Minister of Sindh and Provincial Minister for Transport, Mass Transit, Excise, Taxation, and Narcotics Control, Sharjeel Inam Memon, has...

07.04.2024 20

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Remedial action required

Wei Zongyou The comprehensive confrontation between the Western world and Russia, which has found its latest expression in the Russia-Ukraine crisis,...

07.04.2024 20

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Economic outlook and leaders legacy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed interest in talks with Pakistan for a new loan program. During a recent media interaction, the...

07.04.2024 40

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HK legislation balances rule of law and development

Tian Feilong The recent implementation of the Safeguarding National Security Bill in Hong Kong, 26 years after the return of Hong Kong to the...

07.04.2024 10

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Climate crisis should be topping global electoral agenda

Ranvir S. Nayar The world faces two crucial tests this year. Both will impact large parts of the planet, if not the entire world, and also have the...

07.04.2024 50

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Demotion of Israel’s democracy a powerful warning

Yossi Mekelberg The findings of two recently published international reports are difficult to reconcile as far as Israel is concerned. One is the...

07.04.2024 20

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