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Nepal: Deepening Polarization :: By S. Binodkumar Singh

In a clear indication of deepening polarization in the constitution drafting process in Nepal, 20 out of 31 parties represented

Why is Near Term Human Extinction Inevitable? By Robert J.…

If you hadn't previously heard the expression 'near term human extinction', you have now. And you will get used to

India’s Aggressive Posture towards Pakistan :: By Saima Afzal

Pakistan is the most affected country in the war against terrorism since 9/11. It was just only one terrorist incident

QUESTIONS ABOUT TORTURE THAT DON’T NEED TO BE ASKED –…

By Paul Woodward - War in Context :: What is torture? Torture is like rape and pornography. Even though lawyers

Reminiscing about 16 December :: By Saima Afzal

16 Dec is known as black day in Pakistan history on that day we lost our larger part that is

Will Nepal miss its second chance? :: Analysis :: By…

With just a few weeks left to meet the 22 January, 2015 deadline for the promulgation of the constitution, the

Cancelling the South Stream Project: The Woes of Energy Insecurity

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark :: Political language is a vast preserve of euphemism. Energy security, one of more appropriate candidates

NEPAL: SLIM CHANCE OF ADHERING TO JANUARY 22 DEADLINE ::…

By Dr. S. Chandrasekharan :: It looks almost certain that the self-imposed deadline of 22nd January to get the new constitution

King Mahendra and Nepalese Nationalism :: By Dirgha Raj Prasai

Pous 1st is a red letter day of Nepal. Modern history of Sovereign Nepal was created in the period between

Nepal: Deepening polarization :: Analysis – By S. Binodkumar Singh

In a clear indication of deepening polarization in the constitution drafting process in Nepal, 20 out of 31 parties represented

‘I CAN’T BREATHE’: RACISM AND WAR IN AMERICA AND BEYOND…

By Ramzy Baroud :: America’s ruling elites are blatant in their intentions of maintaining “white privilege” at home and economic

WALL STREET’S DEMOCRATS – OPED :: By Robert Reich

In Washington’s coming budget battles, sacred cows like the tax deductions for home mortgage interest and charitable donations are likely

CHINA EASES CREDIT AS ITS ECONOMY STRUGGLES :: ANALYSIS

By Michael Lelyveld :: Major challenges continue to confront China’s economy following the first interest rate cuts in over two

NEW ‘OIL SHOCK’: IMPACT ON SOUTH ASIA :: ANALYSIS

By Shahid Javed Burki ::  In the 1970s, the oil-producing and exporting countries of the Middle East delivered a shock

Groaning towards War: House Resolution 758 :: Dr. Binoy Kampmark

The US House of Representatives might have though it through a bit more, but House Resolution 758, the handiwork of

Next door Nepal: The price of instability :: By Yubaraj…

Anand Swaroop Varma, the editor of Teesri Duniya, with open sympathy for the radical Left, including the Maoists, sent out

SAARC: Balancing regional realities, global modalities :: Analysis :By N…

If observers of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) thought that the just-concluded 18th Summit in the Nepalese

ENGAGING PAKISTAN THROUGH SAARC :: ANALYSIS

By Manoj Joshi ::  There is a French phrase which, roughly translated, says: the more things change, the more they

THE THOUGHTS OF OUR ANCIENT ANCESTORS :: OPED

By Paul Woodward - War in Context :: The discovery of what appear to have been deliberately etched markings made

China: Xi Jinping’s diplomatic strategy under new conditions :: Analysis 

By D. S. Rajan :: It is natural that the address delivered by Xi Jinping, the General Secretary of the Chinese