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Observations of an Expat: Underwater Problems

The Americans, Australians and British are very happy with the new nuclear sub deal and creation of new alliance but…

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We may never have some answers…..

Philosophers and scientists have been grappling with consciousness for thousands of years. The discussions and explorations have been lively, but…

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America’s Masjid Wars

Last year, the Department of Justice released a study, which found that religious minorities continue to be discriminated against because…

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Strange bedfellows….

Whichever way you look, from the historical perspective, the Islamist militant movement has always been about the quest for power,…

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America’s New Education Delivery System

The Covid-19 shock threw longstanding arrangements between home, school, and community institutions into disarray – and catalyzed creative and determined…

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9/11 Killed It, But Twenty Years on Global Justice Movement Is Poised to Reincarnate

The broader demand for social justice will revive, initially behind the imperative of dealing with climate change but then with…

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Impact of 9/11 on American Muslims

The terrorist attacks unleashed a deluge of anti-Muslim hate and misinformation that persists today. By Nazarul Islam In the aftermath…

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Rule of Law and Pakistan

The democracy and Rule of law walk side by side and can never be perceived to be present in a…

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The Boomers: History’s Privileged Generation

“Baby boomer” is an Americanism, first used to denote the enormous rise in fertility that took place in that country…

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Observations of an Expat: Bataclan Trial

1500 “civilian plaintiffs”—surviving victims and family members of the dead—are scheduled to give five weeks of testimony about the horror…

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