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In this edition, we cover a range of issues from the killing of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to the Indian foreign minister schooling a western journalist. There are also stories about Russian imperialism, Rwandan genocide and guns in America.
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The Right to Fair Recollection – Mohamed Suliman
Those Responsible for the 1994 Rwandan Genocide Must Be Brought to Justice – Mehdi Alavi
Shireen Abu Akleh: The Journalist Martyr – Swaleh Idris
Electricity Reforms Are Essential to Power India’s Ascent – Vikram K. Malkani
India’s Foreign Minister Schools Western Journalist – Peter Isackson
Dead Souls in America: Taking Away Guns is the Only Way – Larry Beck
Exploring the Confessions of a Modern Indian – Maanas Jain and Peter Isackson
General Bajwa Has Reformed the Pakistani Military and Strengthened Democracy – Sergio Restelli
Russian Imperialism, Not NATO Expansion, Caused the Ukraine War – Bhaskar Majumdar
Biden’s America and MBS’s Saudi Arabia: Is Diplomacy Possible? – Qanta A. Ahmed