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The Reauthorization of McCarthyism

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The recent approval by the United States Senate to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) has reignited debates surrounding civil liberties and national security. This controversial surveillance program...
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Opposition, Optics, and Opportunities

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In a recent United Nations Security Council session, a U.S. sponsored resolution advocating for an immediate cease-fire to the genocide in Gaza was vetoed by Russia and China. The vetoing nations argued that the resolution's wording was ambiguous and did not align with the demands of the international community. This veto highlighted broader tensions between major powers,
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Isn’t It Time to Say ‘Yes’ to Change?

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 Capitalism is failing – it was always a flawed ideology; benefiting the rich at the expense of the poor or, in other words, keeping a select few healthy and successful through the exploitation of the rest of the world. This hasn’t changed – it’s not going to change. It’s actually getting worse. But it’s also not the reason that I’ve said that Capitalism is failing.
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The Babri Masjid Case Exposes the Legitimacy of the Secular Democratic Structure and Its Majoritarianism

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 The inauguration of the Ram Mandir built over the demolished structure of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya was portrayed as the culmination of a centuries-old battle between the Hindus and Muslims. The far right organization, the RSS and its political wing the ruling BJP, wooed the nation that they had finally delivered on their promises.
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A Pending and Necessary Demise

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King Abdullah II of Jordan recently visited the White House to receive instructions on his role in the ongoing genocide in Gaza. Biden was keen on involving the Jordanian regime in its plans to broker a ceasefire...
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Now, What? What can we do to bring change?

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In Pakistan, the recent elections under Democracy confirmed that they do not bring change. The Western powers and their agents do not want change. They will go to any length to prevent it. The people are frustrated and angry...
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