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Don’t Give ISIS What It Wants

Stephen M. Walt Professor of International Relations at Harvard University When a shocking event like the Paris attacks occurs, we know how the world will respond. There will be dismay, an outpouring of solidarity and sympathy, defiant speeches by politicians, and a media frenzy. Unfortunately, these familiar reactions give the …

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Deathly Silence Continues

Syeda Mazhar The silence of India’s occupation of Kashmir blankets the valley, like the morning fog obscuring the Himalayan Mountains. The continued resilience of the Kashmiri people signifies the never ending struggle for Kashmiri sovereignty and independence. There is a strong current of popular nonviolent uprising for freedom. The belief …

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Another political gimmick

ARAB NEWS S.N. M. ABDI NARENDRA MODI has grandly announced that come Jan. 23, 2016 all top secret files on Subhash Chandra Bose, the great revolutionary who van- ished 70 years ago while the British were still ruling India, will be declassified because he is dead against “strangling history.” But …

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