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Origins of Future discussed – Vienna Process launched Thursday, July 9th, 2020

The first July day of 2020 in Vienna sow marking the anniversary of Nuremberg Trials with the conference “From the Victory Day to Corona Disarray: 75 years of Europe’s Collective Security and Human Rights System – Legacy of Antifascism for the Common Pan-European Future”. This was probably..

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The different colors of life Monday, July 6th, 2020

Life is a combination of different colors. The rainbow is beautiful as it is a mixture of several colors likewise life also becomes gorgeous when it fills with various colors. Life without color is tasteless, plain, and indulgent. Only the color makes life to stay evergreen. It also changes as the..

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Honourable Donald Johnston PC OC QC -75 DAW Sunday, July 5th, 2020

This panel in addressing the future of Europe is invited to answer this question: “Is there any alternative to universal and pan-European multilateralism? For the purpose of my remarks I am interpreting “ universal and pan – European multilateralism’ as moving forward with achieving more..

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Criminalising Journalism: Australia’s National Security Craze Saturday, July 4th, 2020

There has been a lot of noise made in Australia about the need for broader protections when it comes to the fourth estate and the way it covers national security matters. In a country lacking a backbone in terms of constitutional free speech, journalists are left at the mercy of authorities when it..

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The Beginning of the End Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

The Beginning or the End may have been the beginning of the end. If you imagine humanity existing a century from now in a society that includes history classes, you can expect, barring major changes, that U.S. text books will describe this as a time of peace, perhaps noting Trump’s failure to..

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Defending Australia: The Deputy Sheriff Spending Spree Wednesday, July 1st, 2020

There are few sadder sights in international relations than a leadership in search of devils and hobgoblins. But such sights tend to make an appearance when specialists in threat inflation either get elected to office or bumped up the hierarchies of officialdom. The sagacious pondering types are..

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A beautiful mind always portrait the best Sunday, June 28th, 2020

A beautiful mind is the one who always possesses a beautiful heart. If our feeling is beautiful and our mind is beautiful, then we will be able to portrait the best pictures of everything that we see around. No complaint at all for the dreadful, sadness, fear, doubt, and unfortunate but everyone..

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Sufism in Kashmir

Sufism is a mystical form of Islam, a school of practice that gives emphasis to the inward search for God and shuns materialism. It has produced some of the world’s most beloved literature, like the love poems of the 13th-century Iranian jurist Rumi. Sufism is a mystical form that Sufis practice..

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What Today’s Bailouts Can Do for Tomorrow’s Economies Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

Last year, the World Economic Forum’s annual Global Competitiveness Report assessed 141 governments’ future-readiness and found that most rated poorly on this and other crucial long-term indicators. Yet now that the pandemic-induced lockdown is wreaking havoc on the global economy and exposing..

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What the Global Pandemic Response Is Missing Monday, June 22nd, 2020

After ravaging the developed world, COVID-19 is now devastating developing and emerging-market countries, most of which lack the medical and financial capacity to combat the pandemic and its economic effects. For advanced economies, the first line of defense has been social distancing, hand..

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Sustainable Development Starts with Children Saturday, June 20th, 2020

“Our house is on fire,” warned the teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg at last year’s World Economic Forum meeting in Davos. Her pointed words – accusing adults of sitting idly by as the planet burns – quieted a roomful of global leaders, inspired young activists worldwide, and..

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ROLE OF POLICE IN COVID-19 PERIOD Friday, June 19th, 2020

This period of Coronavirus attacked almost every country in this world, due to which the economy of countries got adversely affected. In this period, those people, who are commonly known as essential service providers or Corona warriors, played an important role in effective working of the..

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Peace Letters in Yemen

Yemen war: Letter from a Houthi to a member of Hadi’s govt Dear Salemi, I don’t know how long we have been at war, and still no end in sight. We’ve got the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. We are extremely pained by this preventable suffering. But when bombs are thrown and the..

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Put These Antiwar People in Congress Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

If you can do funding, fund principled activist organizations, not political candidates. If you must divert your energies and money into elections, I have a recommendation for how best to do it (not that you’ll necessarily listen to me, having already ignored my first two paragraphs, but what..

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Is a “Mental Health Pandemic” coming after COVID-19? Tuesday, June 16th, 2020

As communities around the world respond to the rapidly evolving situation around COVID-19, Coronavirus can stir up all sorts of feelings like fear, anxiety, or stress. A little stress can be helpful. It can be the motivator that keeps us self-isolating or washing our hands or maintaining our..

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WHEN RESOURCES ARE SNATCHED, PEOPLE BECOME CRIMINALS  Thursday, June 11th, 2020

When a most valuable as well as necessary thing is snatched from people. Then people try to find out other ways of accessing that particular thing by any means. People at that intolerable state, get engaged in research for the alternatives to access it . The methods they try for accessing that..

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Open Wounds: Sweden Drops the Olof Palme Case

Then came that thorny, troubling issue of Olof Palme. Palme minted a reputation berating the bullying actions of great powers and forging an internationalist platform for progressive politics. He took issue with the crushing of the 1968 Prague Spring by the Warsaw Pact forces, apartheid in South..

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