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International
Morocco: Kingdom That Outwitted Its Subjects
Special Contribution
By Prof. Abdelkader Zerougui
American University
In the middle of the pandemic that swept the world, Morocco has been the center of regression. The government used its muscles to crack on dissidents, foreign reporters, journalists, and civil ...

Op-Ed Special
Powell Lied, People Died: Justice Delayed Was Justice Denied

Special Contribution
By Thomas L. Knapp
On Oct. 19, 2021 96-year-old Irmgard Furchner appeared in a German court to answer charges of aiding and abetting 11,412 murders. The murders took place between 1943 and 1945 at the ...

S. Korean Pianist Sunwoo Ye-Kwon Captivates Dubai in InClassica Music Festival
A Young South Korean pianist Sunwoo Ye-Kwon dazzled audiences filling in the theater of CocaCola Area in downtown Dubai in the evening of Sept. 22, 2021 as part of the "InClassica 2021" ...

Letters from India
When RSS Chief Bhagwat Articulates Agendas

By Nava Thakuria
Special Correspondent
Every year, it is ritual for the Sarsanghchalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to address its affiliates and well-wishers on the auspicious occasion of Vijayadashami Utsav, which is ...

Adventures in American Education
By John Stanton
National Security Writer
“General Secretary Xi Jinping emphasized that education is the foundation of a century-old plan. It is hoped that the People’s Education Press will focus on the fundamental task of fostering ...

No Place Better to Spend Autumn Evenings than on the Shores of Lake Norman
It is autumn now in Lake Norman. It is a time when changing leaves paints the shoreline a pastel brilliance as stunning as any location in the country. It is also a time when people seem to want ...

"No First Use": An Empty Gesture That Would Cost Nothing
"Debate on 'no first use' of nukes mushrooms in Washington," Joe Gould reports at Defense News. "Five years after President Barack Obama turned back from declaring a 'no first use' as US policy for ...

Let’s Talk about Self-Reform and Financial Transparency in Media
Guwahati: Along with the media fraternity of India, scribes of north-eastern States also start discussing if the proprietors of mainstream newspapers and satellite news channels can be compelled to ...

Transracial Korean Oli London Unveils New Face Tattoo Dedicated to BTS Singer Jimin
British Tiktok Star, Oli London who recently came out as Korean, has unveiled a brand new tattoo dedicated to his Korean K-pop idol Jimin of boyband BTS on the pop stars 26th birthday. Oli who has ...

5G Techritory to Host Forum to Discuss Absorption of €300 Bil. in Digitization Funding
For the 4th consecutive year, the 5G Techritory forum will meet to bring together the leading 5G decision-makers and practitioners in Europe and beyond. With the newly available European ...

Native Americans: The First, Forgotten Slaves
China's Commitment to Stop Overseas Financing of New Coal Plants in Perspective
China Headaches for Iran Nuclear Deal
China Evergrande Group: Short-term Volatility, with Some Broader Impact Likely
The Quad's Strategic Infrastructure Play
UK's Decision to Consider Vaccinated Indians as 'Unvaccinated' Lacks Scientific Merit
China, Again and Again and Again
Step Up Pace Globally If Universal Vaccination Could Lead Us out of the Covid Pandemic
Musk’s Spacefaring Civilization Is Pipe Dream
Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko to Give Concerts in Denmark, Sweden on Nov. 16-20




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Asia Watch by George Zhibin Gu
Federation:
The Best Choice for Taiwan & China
The realities between Taiwan and mainland China are 'economically hot, politically cold.' Their ever-increasing economic ties demand far better political relations. One highly feasible resolution is a 'federation.' Would it work? The answer: economically, the time is right; politically, it is only few steps ... more
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Learning Languages the Easy Way?
The ad stated you could learn Spanish, French, or Japanese or other foreign languages in the time it takes to listen to a few CDs for the very low cost of less than $20.00. Maybe. It all depends on the meaning of learning a language. What will you be able to do after listening to a few CDs? No much in all likelihood. ... more
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SOUTH ASIA MONITOR BY B. GAUTAM
India and The Oscars
India's Oscars fiasco is growing bigger, and no one seems to care. Aamir Khan's debut, "Taare Zameen Par," is the country's nominee for the 2009 Best Foreign Language Academy Award. The work undoubtedly ... more
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Getway with John Hagan
Harry Lime's Vienna
So what if it is the city of Mozart, Strauss, Haydn, Beethoven, Klimt, the majestic Schonbrunn Palace, the exquisite baroque Belvedere, and all the glories of Hapsburg indulgence! Call me a lowbrow , a philistine if you like, but I wasnt lured ... more
Other Articles by John Hagan
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Middle East News by Yasser Moailek
Gazan Weapons Dealer Reveals All
Rafah City resident Abu Mohammed whipped out his modern mobile phone and quickly dialed a number, before starting a concise conversation with the other side. "Hello. Please send me 750 watermelons and five crutches, and make that fast," Abu Mohammed ... more
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THIRD WORLDER By Rolando Fuertes Jr.
Shisha: An Arab Delight, a Taste of Home
MANAMA, Bahrain ? An Arab man leans back in his chair as he blows smoke rings in the air. The smell of apple is much like the scent of baking an apple over a wood fire. So thick is the smell of apple tobacco inside the coffee shop you can almost taste it as it escapes ... more
Other Articles by Rolando M. Fuertes Jr.
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Window on Japan
The 47 Samurai That Never Were
Tokyo, Nov. 27, 2003 ? In the winter of 1703, following the revenge killing of a court official who had disgraced and caused the self inflicted death of the local lord to whom they owed allegiance, over 40 samurai willingly, happily even, slit open their own ... more
Other Articles by Mark Buckton
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Tragedy in Sudan
Is Appalling Atrocity Genocide?
As he began speaking, Majok lowered his small cocoa-colored eyes and stared intensely at the ground. It was the summer of 2002 and I had just flown thousands of miles deep into the war zone of Sudan, the largest country in Africa, to interview former slaves. ... more
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