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07:22, 02 October 2014 Thursday
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13:08, 03 September 2014 Wednesday
Turkey's growing profile in Pakistan A Geo-Political Imperative

The growing mutuality between Pakistan and Turkey in varying spheres cannot be treated as incidental; it is deeply rooted in the history of both the nations, and which is bound to grow further

12:34, 01 September 2014 Monday
If a separation wave tosses the UK s shore

The separation story of Scotland stems from modern nationalism and perhaps from the fact that it’s the last chapter of a kind of story, which cost a lot to the whole world and our region in particular.

13:03, 30 August 2014 Saturday
Germans are taking over the control in Balkans

When we consider this with Ukrainian crisis in parallel, this conference includes the clues about the equations of the new Europe

12:52, 25 August 2014 Monday
Living under occupation A view from Kashmir

What is normal for Kashmiris is abnormal for the world. Normal in Kashmir is usually associated with the pause in death.

10:41, 25 August 2014 Monday
How Saudis planted Sisi in Egypt s power structure

Saudi Arabia and UAE, the most paranoid and oil-rich Arab League members, have emerged as top backers of status-quo in the region, ignoring the desires of populations for freedom and dignity

11:32, 19 August 2014 Tuesday
The PR value of ISIL

Beyond all these war games and strategic calculations, the destruction of the fabric that Muslims have been building for centuries in the Middle East is being established as a geography of bloodshed

11:38, 18 August 2014 Monday
The social cost of the expression

We need to be prepared for the 'social cost' of the politics that are structured on the excitement or fear.

21:35, 13 August 2014 Wednesday
Kashmir the forgotten solidarity

The tragedy with Kashmir is that many people around the world, or should I say most of them, hardly know about it, its people, its struggle

19:17, 12 August 2014 Tuesday
Foreign Direct Investment and Macroeconomic Performance in Turkey

Foreign direct investment (FDI) is mainly seen as a key element in the international integration of a country, which establishes direct, stable and lasting links between economies

18:29, 12 August 2014 Tuesday
ISIL's sociology

The angered dynamism's taking up arms in the name of Islam had become easy, by disregarding all kinds of cultural and historical sociological differences

10:52, 12 August 2014 Tuesday
Sociology of the elections

If you prioritize the question 'who is administrating' before asking the question 'what kind of a world are we proposing', then you would be sacrificing politics to sociology.

10:47, 12 July 2014 Saturday
A Glimpse of Ramadan in Kashmir

Many of the cultural specifics of celebrations in Kashmir have been subject to the vagaries of occupation

13:35, 11 July 2014 Friday
The ethnic-Albanian uprising in Macedonia

The recent developments could cut the bonds between the Albanian community and their political representation and send Macedonia into a new crisis.

11:58, 11 July 2014 Friday
In Tunisia a slow counterrevolution in progress

When most of the world is busy discussing the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria, Iraq, Egypt and Libya, the slow and steady counter revolution is taking place in Tunis.

13:31, 10 July 2014 Thursday
Before rescuing Palestine

Without reading the global relationships of Israel and its connections, neither can Palestine be supported nor can this war machine be stopped

12:58, 08 July 2014 Tuesday
Gaza Palestine or Jerusalem

Neither can the people of the region be silenced like they were in the past, nor can they remain isolated from the world; nor do the equation setters maintain their old power.

17:40, 06 July 2014 Sunday
The State Of Secular Conservatism

While capitalist relationship forms that match with modernity entails secularism, the protestantization of the religion is not inextricable from individualization

13:28, 06 July 2014 Sunday
Liberal arrogance

Global powers promoting apolitical revolutions were targeting to establish a geographical location in which they could integrate Islam with global capitalism; thus transforming the 'menace' that was the Middle-East and North Africa into a client.

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