Observations of an Expat: The New Cold War—Authoritarianism vs Representative Democracy

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Tom Arms

There is a new Cold War. It has nothing to do with the twentieth century philosophical war cries of communism, socialism, capitalism or free enterprise.

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Africa hobbling out of the International Criminal Court

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Joe Khamisi

Africa, it seems, has begun the long-talked about process of withdrawing from the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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Bangladesh Launches Nationwide Coverage of ‘Child Help Line – 1098’

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Sheuli Akter

Bangladesh has launched nationwide coverage of the country’s first toll-free ‘Child Helpline – 1098’  to provide a free telephone service to children who are facing violence, abuse and exploitation.

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Redefined Drug Trafficking Routes

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Ricardo Swire

New drug trafficking patterns indicate the reintroduction of popular 1980s Caribbean routes. Drug shipment corridors between Peru, Colombia and the US are flexible, constantly evolving in response to law enforcement interdiction efforts or varying markets.

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Editorial – A few necessary and important words

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Michael Organ

Given the daily political tumult around the world and a certain circus in the United States, it is again time and necessary to state Tuck Magazine’s position amidst the madness.

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