The D-Day commemoration is not a symbol of endless US militarism

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Rupen Savoulian

Every year, on June 6, commemorative activities and memorials are held for the anniversary of the Normandy landings, popularised by the slogan D-Day.

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Observations of an Expat: The Modern Victim State

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Tom Arms

The residents of the Marshall Islands are the ultimate modern age victims. If they don’t die from cancer inflicted by nuclear testing they will drown from rising sea levels caused by climate change.

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Netanyahu’s poisonous nonsense about World War Two

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Rupen Savoulian

In October 2015, at the meeting of the 37th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made an extraordinary claim about the genocide of the Jews during World War Two; killing the Jewish population of Europe was not the idea of Hitler and the Nazi Party, but was originally espoused by the Palestinian cleric and national leader at the time, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini.

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The Second World War and the economic situation in Africa

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Durodola Tosin

INTRODUCTION

Following my article on the impact of the Second World War on the political situation of African countries through its contributions to the spirit of self-determination in Africa, it was however essential to write on its impact on the economic situation of African states in order to broaden the knowledge on the effects of the Second World War in Africa.

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A country of immigrant culture

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Sattar Rind

If anyone thinks that politics is the science of getting political power to service the country and its people, then it may be appropriate to any nation or country in the world, apart that is from Pakistan.

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