Sharif is fighting a battle for survival

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Imad Zafar

 

As per the predictions of political pundits in Pakistan, the ‘game of thrones’ is about to reach its conclusion. A triangle where Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is being trapped from three different sides, the troika of invisible forces, judiciary and Imran Khan at the moment having virtually caught Sharif in a cage. Will Pakistan’s Prime Minister be able to survive this time? Continue reading “Sharif is fighting a battle for survival”

Image of the U.S. has plunged under Trump, survey shows

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Noah Barkin

 

The image of the United States has deteriorated sharply across the globe under President Donald Trump and an overwhelming majority of people in other countries have no confidence in his ability to lead, a survey from the Pew Research Center showed. Continue reading “Image of the U.S. has plunged under Trump, survey shows”

Mrs May, Brexit and the DUP

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Hazel Speed

 

Political enemies of the Prime Minister constantly tell her what she should think and do, then when she thinks the time is right and has the opportunity to facilitate a decision in the public’s interest or choice, she does, but even then she is given numerous reasons as to why her actions are wrong. Continue reading “Mrs May, Brexit and the DUP”

A Wobbling Tripod and Doctrine of ‘Trinity’

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Jerome-Mario Utomi

 

One of the most challenging riddles I grappled with during my formative years was the doctrine of Trinity. It was during my catechism class as a Catholic Christian and the topic of Trinity posed a huge task to me. This doctrine is a dogma which teaches that God, the supreme being, is actually three persons in one. Continue reading “A Wobbling Tripod and Doctrine of ‘Trinity’”

Bittersweet Relationship

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Ricardo Swire

 

Washington has formally announced the end of America’s shortlived normalized relations with Cuba. On Friday June 16, 2017 the US top decision maker’s formal speech reinforced a pledge to “very strongly restrict American dollars from flowing to the Cuban military, security and intelligence services.” Continue reading “Bittersweet Relationship”