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Kabul & Washington: On same wavelength

Mujib Abid | The brutality of the Afghan war, while consistently downplayed – in civilian casualty reports, disputed territory, vulnerability of Kabul government, among other...

What is the future of Russo-British Trade

Haneul Na’avi | “Mock on; thou hast a place of refuge; I am alone, an exile soon to be.” —Euripides, “Medea” The 29 November Russo-British Business...

Exploring “Sharifism”

Raja Waqas Shabbir | Get ready world, after Capitalism and Marxism; we have a new entry, "Sharifism”. While addressing a massive gathering at college ground-Abbottabad,...

Paradise Leaks reveals the corruption and criminality of capitalism

Jaweria Waheed | The Paradise Leaks follow as a sequel to last year’s Panama Papers and offer an unusually vivid and skewed view of the...

Figuring out the Kennedy assassination part 2

Jacob G. Hornberger | The official story of the Kennedy assassination is that he was killed by a former U.S. Marine, lone-nut, communist assassin named...

Victim-blaming: An orientalist pastime

Nauman Sadiq | It is an indisputable fact that the British colonizers built roads and railways in India, they established missionary schools, colleges, and universities,...

Education: A privilege of the rich

Nauman Sadiq | We commit a big fallacy when we assume that our educational accomplishments are our individual achievements. We like to believe that we...

The modern Eid; how and why it changed.

Muhammad Azam | Eid-al-Fitr is upon us once again. For generations, it has been a time of celebrations and thanksgiving for Muslim communities but over...

Was Fukuyama really wrong in his ‘End of History’ predictions?

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Francis Fukuyama’s The End of History and the Last Man (1992). Rarely read but often denigrated, it might be the...

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