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Archive for April 10th, 2017

Thawing the frozen Israeli-Palestinian conflict

By Cynthia M. Lardner The frozen Israeli-Palestinian conflict has raged on almost since the day Israel achieved independence in 1948, further degrading the most destabilized region in the world.

Give us justice, not lectures on morals and beliefs

AFP photo   By Imad Zafar Humans in the stone age traditionally had armed gangs to solve disputes. Whoever had a big gang and arms was ultimately the winner in the end.

Poetry

AFP photo   By Alejandro Escudé

Nigeria: Recession, Confusion and Depression

Akintunde Akinleye/Reuters   By Prince Charles Dickson I will start my column this week with this story…one I am sure that we have read or seen at one point or the other. I want us to reflect on it, and the following narratives about the United States will suffice, and then read my conclusion.

World Bank’s projects to enhance Bangladeshi financial institutions

Reuters photo   By Sheuli Akter Due to limited capacity and market constraints, Bangladesh’s local financial institutions traditionally could not meet the longer-term financing demand for infrastructure investments in the country.

Poetry

PA photo   By I.B. Rad