Observations of an Expat: Pax Americana—The End

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Tom Arms

It is the beginning of the end of Pax Americana.

For 71 years the world has sheltered under the wings of the American eagle. The result has been one of the longest periods of prolonged peace, prosperity and political advancement in world history.

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Uhuru Kenyatta must be prepared to lose unless he changes tactics


Joe Khamisi

If free and fair elections were to be held today, Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga would most likely upset the incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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A Muslim Survival Kit for Trump’s 4 year Tenure!

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Ahmed Tharwat

Now it is real folks, it is written, the Donald will be our next and 45th President. The joke is now on us however, and he is the only one laughing.

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We will remember them


Hazel Speed

At this sombre time of remembrance for those (in all wars and conflicts) who gave their lives, and still do, and others who suffered life-changing injuries, including mental and emotional scars, not just physical ones, so that you and I might live in freedom and peace, then it is with further great pride that the restrictions which FIFA wish to impose on Friday’s football match between England and Scotland, disallowing the wearing of memorial poppies, is going to be totally and utterly ignored, the players and supporters wearing suitable arm-bands in honour of those who gave and still give, the ultimate sacrifice for the rest of us.

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