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Gautam Bhatia
Wikileaks’ revelations of the TPP’s intellectual property chapter highlight a particularly insidious attempt by the United States to undermine India’s patent regime, thus undermining its efforts to keep medicines affordable
Web | Oct 20, 2014
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Tom Engelhardt
The documentary filmmaker, journalist, and artist on the fascinating stotries behind her new movie on the Edward Snowden case, Citizenfour
Web | Oct 20, 2014
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Ashutosh Sharma
While TV anchors ratchet up war rhetoric and patriotic fervour, people at the receiving end on the border pay a heavy, undeserved cost
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014
Pranay Sharma
The Modi government’s policy of how to deal with Pakistan raises some serious concerns.
Magazine | Oct 27, 2014
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Uri Avnery
The British Parliament's resolution may be non-binding, but it expresses public opinion, which will sooner or later decide government action on arms sales, Security Council resolutions, European Union decisions...
Web | Oct 17, 2014
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George Monbiot
There is now no such thing as society. We are now entering a post-social condition our ancestors would have believed impossible. Our lives are becoming nasty, brutish and long.
Web | Oct 17, 2014
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Ajai Sahni , Anurag Tripathi
It remains unclear what strategic purpose the apparently massive use of firepower has served, or what material damage it has inflicted on military or vital infrastructure.
Web | Oct 13, 2014
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Swati Maheshwari
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests throw China a challenge
Magazine | Oct 20, 2014
Venky Vembu
The protests are a deep-sea­ted symptom of a crisis that goes to the very soul of the Cantonese people’s identity
Magazine | Oct 20, 2014
Rajdeep Sardesai
'I uttered an expletive and lunged at the person. It was an unfortunate response and one which I deeply regret. Whatever the provocation, there is no excuse for me to have got into a scuffle.'
Web | Oct 10, 2014
Uri Avnery
In a documentary about ISIS I just saw, these two words appeared together in almost every sentence uttered by the Islamist fighters, including teenagers.
Web | Oct 10, 2014
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George Monbiot
If there is a “generational struggle to defend the principles of the free market”, it’s a struggle against the corporations, which have replaced the market with a state-endorsed oligarchy
Web | Oct 10, 2014
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Lola Nayar
Where will Modi’s wishy-washy climate change notions take India?
Magazine | Oct 20, 2014
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Vinay Lal
The NRI sees himself as the true inheritor of the Vedic legacy and best representative of the world’s most advanced material culture
Magazine | Oct 20, 2014
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Pepe Escobar
A spectre haunts the fast-aging “New American Century”: the possibility of a future Beijing-Moscow-Berlin strategic trade and commercial alliance. Its likelihood is being seriously discussed, and viewed with interest in New Delhi, and Tehran
Web | Oct 09, 2014
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Joji Sakurai
The jihadis have harnessed the power of spectacle to hijack the world’s imagination, while global civilization has failed utterly to formulate an adequate response. The ultimate battlefield may also have to include the theatre of persuasion.
Web | Oct 09, 2014
Ali A. Rizvi
Loudly shouting "Racist!" over the voices of critics, as Ben Affleck did over Maher and Sam Harris last week, isn't going to make the issue go away...
Web | Oct 08, 2014
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Juan Cole
Maher and Sam Harris like to demonise Islam and by association Muslims. Ben Affleck de-demonised them by appealing to the banalities of everyday life.
Web | Oct 08, 2014
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Tom Engelhardt
ISIS, a danger in New York? ISIS, a danger in Washington? 71% of Americans believed ISIS had nothing short of sleeper cells in the U.S. (shades of “Homeland”!)
Web | Oct 08, 2014
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Humphrey Hawksley
Thousands of demonstrators trying to topple Hong Kong’s legal ruler and set terms for the 2017 election symbolize a new political trend that takes legitimacy of government into perilous and unchartered territory
Web | Oct 07, 2014
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