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08:59, 01 September 2015 Tuesday
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10:31, 13 August 2015 Thursday
India-Iran ties at a crossroad of history after nuclear deal

Notwithstanding the ‘sacrifices’, the lifting of the sanction against Iran has virtually opened a Pandora box of opportunities and lost-opportunities for India

12:38, 10 August 2015 Monday
Killing of Blogger Niloy Is Bangladesh Government to Blame

The murder of blogger Niloy needs to garner attention in light of the the continuing cycle of violence in Bangladesh

11:51, 02 August 2015 Sunday
NKorea strengthening border artillery

Allies forced to re-think strategy after spotting changes in North Korean artillery bunkers

11:39, 30 July 2015 Thursday
Even the Philippines made peace

The conclusion of conflict between the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and the Philippine Government can be paralleled to our issue in terms of timing, makes it easier to draw comparisons

11:01, 28 July 2015 Tuesday
AIIB's launch represents a new fiscal order

It is the first time in more than 70 years that the US-backed Western financial institutions face the prospect of being seriously challenged by a formidable business rival

13:32, 14 July 2015 Tuesday
India Pakistan entry in SCO set to boost its influence

The entry of India and Pakistan to the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation is viewed with the hope that it will boost bilateral relations.

15:35, 08 July 2015 Wednesday
If Morsi did not make a 'mistake '

While all of these inhumane implementations of torture and despotism proceed, it is not surprising that the West, which preaches about “universal values," supports the coup, let alone remaining silent.

11:21, 07 July 2015 Tuesday
Crimean Tatars the lynchpin of the peninsula's future

It already had been more than a year since Crimea lived under the Russian occupation. Immediately, following the de-facto annexation the Russian regime set for itself two primary goals.

11:48, 03 July 2015 Friday
Egypt From Mubarak's frying pan into Sisi's fire

Sisi's coup was so bloody that even the sheep that was manipulated into gathering in Tahrir Square was shocked. But it was too late. Morsi being a democratic leader could not use repression and violence against the masses.

16:02, 02 July 2015 Thursday
Upcoming Sri Lanka Parliamentary election China vs US-India

In fact, the China factor is very significant in Sri Lankan politics and it counts in favor of the former president. Undoubtedly, China has emerged as the strongest ally of Sri Lanka and made great inroad into its domestic affair.

14:28, 29 June 2015 Monday
Mujahid sentenced to death in Bangladesh Analogy of an unjust

Two Islamic leaders have already been executed via a questionable and biased judicial process. And the latest verdict is widely feared to be leading up to the next execution of another key opposition figure in Bangladesh.

13:57, 27 June 2015 Saturday
Tony Blair's endless capacity for greed and genocidal wars

Blair showed no scruples in his overseas affairs when he was in government and after leaving office his dealings became even more dubious

11:23, 18 June 2015 Thursday
Saudi Arabia's 'Indecisive Storm' in Yemen

Even after two months of intense bombing, there are no clear winners in the war in which over 100 warplanes and more than 150,000 military personnel have participated.

22:49, 15 June 2015 Monday
War crimes Trials in Bangladesh Another Death sentence on the

Ali Ahsan Mujahid, Secretary General of the Jamaat--e-Islami in Bangladesh was found guilty of war crimes committed during the 1971 Liberation war. His appeal verdict will be decided tomorrow, June 16

14:05, 14 June 2015 Sunday
With time running out UN sets Ramadan deadline for proposed

The talks in Berlin, breaking ground in creating the first direct communication and negotiation between the two bodies since Libya broke out into civil war last August

10:20, 11 June 2015 Thursday
A year with ISIL

Let's write down Obama's “U.S. couldn't ensure a complete strategy in the fight against ISIL” statement on the anniversary of Mosul's fall.

10:21, 10 June 2015 Wednesday
Iran issues threat to Saudi Arabia through UN Security Council

Though the peace talks are set to resume in Switzerland on Sunday, none of the parties seem, albeit at the moment, to be actively seeking the diplomatic solution called for by the UN.

09:57, 04 June 2015 Thursday
Ideological anger and left habitus

In a sense, the mosque metaphor is the manifestation of anti-Islam habitus of the Turkish left that propounds continuity. Socialist leftists' and Kemalizm's genetic roots meet over this habitus.



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