Would You Use Time Travel to Kill Baby Hitler?

November 03, 2016

Can time travel alter the course of history? The idea of time travel has been around for well over a century, with H.G. Wells coining the phrase as early as 1895. Ever since then, the idea of using time travel to alter the course of history has become part of our popular culture, and murder...

Russia, Ukraine and World War Three (Part 2/2)

August 07, 2014

Does history repeat itself? A parody. The Second World War that broke out in September 1939 was not the result of a criminal conspiracy by Adolf Hitler and his henchmen. The war trials held in Nuremberg in October 1946, which saw the conviction of prominent members of the...

Time to Back the Anti-Wahhabi Tide

September 01, 2013

Wahhabism cannot be a moderated geopolitical asset for the West. By Madhav Das Nalapat In 1933, German President Paul von Hindenburg was advised by Franz von Papen and others that the best way to deal with the unrest in Germany caused by economic catastrophe, was to bring the NSDAP (commonly...

Mubarakism Without Mubarak: The Struggle for Egypt (Part 1)

July 16, 2013

Call it a coup or not, but Egypt now has Mubarakism without Mubarak. This is the first of a three part series. Ever since Mohammed Morsi was elected president of Egypt in democratic elections marred by his Mubarakist opponent Ahmad Shafiq’s electoral corruption and bribes, a coalition of...