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To nuke or not to nuke: fictional US attack on Pakistan

Despite a controversial new TV show, Syed Hamad Ali believes literature and cinema could help, rather than hinder, bi-lateral relations.

Filed in: Media Pakistan United States

Obama: a better adversary

It may seem counter-intuitive, but this is just one more reason for voting for Barack, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Politics United States

We should all be more neighbourly after Wisconsin

The Sikh community at the centre of the latest US shooting have much to teach us about togetherness says Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: India Religion United States

Can revolution be etched in stone?

Tim Gee ponders the pros and cons of raising monuments to radical heroes.

Filed in: Activism Culture United States

Past occupations: What’s going on with Occupy in the US?

Tim Gee witnesses a move from symbolic action to grassroots solidarity work.

Filed in: Activism United States

Wall Street wants your gratitude

Our US columnist Mark Engler is riled by the shamelessness of the financial élite.

Filed in: Finance United States

Migrants dare to DREAM in America

Obama’s decision to give legal status to 800,000 immigrants in the US is a tremendous advance, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Human Rights Migration Politics United States

The Vatican shows its true colours

Mark Engler argues the Catholic Church has made a parody of itself by criticizing nuns for ‘focusing too much on poverty and economic injustice.’

Filed in: Religion United States

Camouflaging Burkina Faso’s past

As President Blaise Compaore is granted immunity for previous crimes, Virgil Hawkins looks back at Burkina Faso’s recent turbulent history.

Filed in: Burkina Faso United States

Drone killings: a result of our animal instincts?

Or are they a mechanism that allows people to bypass a natural aversion to killing? Syed Hamad Ali investigates.

Filed in: Arms Pakistan Terrorism United States

Diego Garcia's shameful history continues

In the week David Cameron meets his Mauritian counterpart to discuss the Chagos Islands, Virgil Hawkins sees suspicious motivations on both sides.

Filed in: Diego Garcia Human Rights Mauritius Migration Military United Kingdom United States

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