Observations of an Expat- Ukraine

Observations of an Expat: Is Ukraine Another Cuba?

Miscommunication and misunderstanding remains a Russian-American problem and is now coming to the fore again over Ukraine. By Tom Arms The conventional wisdom is that nuclear Armageddon was avoided in October 1962 by a plucky iron-willed young American President. Not quite. A new book by award-wining Russian author *Serhii Plokhy reveals that the Cuban Missile […]

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Modi vs Mamata: India’s battle for glory

India’s soul is at stake. Bengalis will be voting this year, 2021 in a highly charged and divisive election. At its heart… this is a struggle for supremacy between two conflicting visions of India: Hindutva versus Secularism. By Nazarul Islam The similarities between Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee […]

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Memorial Reference held for rights activist I. A. Rehman

Institute of International Relations, Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur organized the reference Khairpur: A memorial condolences reference was held here on Thursday for the International Peace and Human Rights Activist I. A. Rehman who passed away recently. Institute of International Relations, Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, Shah Abdul […]

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