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Making Sense of the Christchurch Terror Attack

Making Sense of the Christchurch Terror Attack

by    Hans-Georg Betz

For terrorists like Brenton Tarrant, acting in the name of “racial survival,” human life has no value unless it is the life of their own ethnic group. Very few people probably still remember William Luther Pierce. Even in the United States, he is largely forgotten, except perhaps on the fringes of the American extreme right Read More

Meet the “Moderates” the EU Is Trying to Empower in Iran

Meet the “Moderates” the EU Is Trying to Empower in Iran

by    Alejo Vidal-Quadras

The appointment of Ebrahim Raisi as head of Iran’s judiciary is the latest proof that the country’s moderates and hardliners are united in the main goal of the regime: its survival through repression at home and export of terrorism abroad. Recently, two events that have taken place at the highest level of the Islamic Republic Read More

The Limits of India’s Soft Power in Afghanistan

The Limits of India’s Soft Power in Afghanistan

by    Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

In the shifting sands of the power play unfolding in Afghanistan, New Delhi remains a mere spectator. The latest round of US negotiations with the Taliban in Doha has garnered considerable international attention, with the group’s co-founder, Mullah Baradar, leading the insurgent team. As the search for an end to the long war in Afghanistan Read More

Theresa May’s Surreal Game: Playing with Time

Theresa May’s Surreal Game: Playing with Time

by    Peter Isackson

With her third attempt likely to fail, the British prime minister may never withdraw her proposal for withdrawal. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary reports. As this week begins, the UK and Europe find themselves less than two weeks away from the official cutoff date for Brexit. In the nearly three years since the referendum of June Read More

The New Zealand “Gunman” Is a Terrorist

The New Zealand “Gunman” Is a Terrorist

by    S. Suresh

Everyone who spews vile, hateful rhetoric have their hands tainted with the blood of the victims from the mosque attacks in Christchurch. On March 15, 50 people were killed by a Christian, far-right, white supremacist when they were engaged in Friday prayers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. More than three years ago, when Read More

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