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The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Guilty on the South Side of Chicago

The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Guilty on the South Side of Chicago

by    Peter Isackson

In the land of opportunity and law and order, poverty is in itself a proof of guilt. Today’s 3D Definition: Guilty As reported in Time magazine, “A Cook County judge on Thursday threw out the felony drug convictions of 15 black men who all say they were locked up for no other reason except that Read More

Israel: A Strategic Partner for the UAE?

Israel: A Strategic Partner for the UAE?

by    Sigurd Neubauer

Officials in Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv appear to see a low-profile Emirati-Israeli strategic partnership as being not only viable, but also immensely valuable. Despite the city of Dubai’s remarkable success in transforming itself into a sprawling Western-style financial hub, the United Arab Emirates faced its most significant diplomatic crisis to date in 2006. As Read More

The Alt-Right Uses the Internet as a Weapon

The Alt-Right Uses the Internet as a Weapon

by    Fair Observer

The alt-right thrives off anonymity to spread its fascist, racist and misogynistic ideology, making it one of the most dangerous extremist movements America has ever seen. During the 2016 presidential election, a white nationalist movement known as the alt-right gained media attention. Since Donald Trump became president, its followers have wreaked havoc across America in Read More

The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Saudi Arabia’s “Sources of Legitimacy”

The Daily Devil’s Dictionary: Saudi Arabia’s “Sources of Legitimacy”

by    Peter Isackson

The uncertain keys to manufacturing legitimacy in the desert. Today’s 3D Definition: Sources of Legitimacy Business Insider looks at the political and economic facets of the changes taking place in Saudi Arabia: “According to Chatham House’s Vision 2030 and Saudi Arabia’s Social Contract report, if the Saudi government is unable to continue distributing subsidies and Read More

Modernizing India’s Police Force

Modernizing India’s Police Force

by    Nilanjana Sen and Somesh Goyal

In this guest edition of The Interview, Nilanjana Sen talks to Somesh Goyal, director general of police for Himachal Pradesh. In India, the Police Act is of 1861 vintage, drafted barely four years after the “natives” revolted against the rapacious British East India Company in what is known as India’s First War of Independence, or Read More

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