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Archive for December 14th, 2016

Dear Electoral College

AFP photo   By Cynthia M. Lardner Dear Electoral College: Each of you is imbued with the moral and legal obligation to uphold the United States Constitution. You are not legally bound by the 2016 presumptive presidential election results in favor of Donald Trump over popular vote winner Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton. There exists a […]

The unforgivable silence of Suu Kyi and the dismay of a Nobel laureate

By Abu Sufian The 1991 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi is widely known as ‘a democracy hero’ and/or ‘Human Rights Champion’ in her home country Myanmar and beyond. Without a shred of doubt, she contributed to her country and tried to restore democracy over and over again, showing her strong resilience against […]

Poetry

Thierry Gouegnon/Reuters   By Dime Maziba

The Business of War

AFP photo   By Ricardo Swire The superpower ideological divide that previously structured world conflict is now obsolete. Governments in America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East have unconventionally turned to private military companies to intervene in conflict on their behalf.

No Sugar

Amelia Shepherd   By Richard M. Longthorpe There are a lot of people. 7.3 billion of us at the last count. I am sat next to three of them. I am not sat with them, yet they are here in this sanitised space. We are not sat together. Each is at our own table.

Poetry

Fernando Pires Coelho   By Abigale Louise LeCavalier