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Observations of an Expat: Anglo-Saxon Free Speech

It has been, is and will continue to be a struggle to maintain freedom of speech and press against vested…

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Egyptian Korean Summit held in Cairo

During his visit, the South Korean president met with President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi in Cairo, where they held bilateral talks and…

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Why Scientists Become Spies

Access to information only goes so far to explain the curious link between secrets and those who tell them. By…

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Observations of an Expat: Migration Time Bomb

A perfect storm of environmental, economic and demographic factors are combing with increased international instability to drive millions of people…

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A Racist 1890 Law Still Blocks Black Americans from Voting

Fewer than 200 of those affected have been able to regain their voting rights in the last quarter-century. By Sam…

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Saudi Arabia: Half-clothed samba dancers spark investigation

The dancers, whose arms, bellies and legs were partly exposed, summoned high fives with local attendees, as they paraded alongside…

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Observations of an Expat: Ukraine Week

The most likely outcome of the series of meetings on Russian troops’ crossing over into Ukraine will be a compromise…

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Coming to America: A different story!

The only job that is off limits to an immigrant is becoming the President of the US. I’d say that…

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Hindus have a special responsibility to denounce hate speech and violence

Hindu Khatre main hai, Hindus are in danger has become the new war cry of Hindu nationalists. This is driven…

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Dawn of a perilous year 2022?

The “tidal wave” of Omicron has struck, the hospitals are understaffed, PCR tests have run out, hospitality industry has been…

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