The story of Stateless people


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Mehedi Hasan

The Rohingya is often said to be the world’s most persecuted minority. They are an ethnic Muslim group in the majority Buddhist country and make up around one million of the total 50 million population.

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Addressing the dire needs of displaced Rohingyas from Myanmar to Bangladesh

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Sheuli Akter

Since October 2016, an estimated 74,000 Rohingya people from Myanmar have arrived in Cox’s Bazar District, some 292 km southeast of Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka.

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NAFTA, the State Department and USAID

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Cynthia M. Lardner


What the Trump Administration Needs to Learn about Soft Power

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Hateful, toxic rhetoric creating a dangerous and divided world

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Amnesty International

Politicians using toxic rhetoric, reminiscent of the 1930s, are creating a dangerous and divided world, said human rights NGO Amnesty International as it launched its annual assessment of human rights around the world.

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Burma: Where Hypocrisy Clashes with Morality

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Cynthia M. Lardner


“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” wisely stated George Santayana.

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Casper ‘Cap’ Johansson Tuck Magazine










Introduction by Michael Organ


Casper ‘Cap’ Johansson’s art sparkles in a world blurred by blindness. Lost in a never ending prayer of preached progress the voiceless scream in thought against a modernity choking, each of the artist’s pieces bleeding feeling; the passion of belief breathing in a repressed society. Continue reading “OCTOBER ART”