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Alessandro Uras, University of Cagliari This article, originally published on June 14 2017 with the headline "Dispute over warship in the South China Sea is a return to 'business as usual' for US and...
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Alessandro Uras, University of Cagliari The South China Sea is a volatile place - or rather, its politics are. China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, the Philippines and Taiwan have been fighting over this...
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In fact, all three finalists were Indian-Americans.
"I loved my previous life. I had so many things going."
The FBI offered up to $100,000 for any information that leads to the arrest of Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai Patel.
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Investigators found that the employee suffered "callous abuse" & retaliation, including being forced to sleep on a piece of carpet in the garage when ill.
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"This whole story is shrouded in mystery and uncertainty, but it seems clear that Pakistan wants to send a very strong message to India."
"Any positive role that the US plays to bring peace and stability in South Asia can serve the region well."
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Two fellow passengers stepped in to help Heir after the incident on the train.
"We have said that it is only after we verify the details, can we issue an emergency certificate for their deportation."
The husband found the bodies when he returned home from work on Thursday evening.
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Officials questioned Ali Jr for nearly two hours.
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"We remain vigilant to what happens on this in future."
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"It's time our immigration system started working for American workers."
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The Chinese opposition is seen by many as an action taken at the behest of its 'all-weather ally' Pakistan.
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Lovers versus a world full of hate.
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The session was adjourned and he was attended to.
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"The child wouldn't listen. I wanted to discipline him using the iron, so I burned him."
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She is among seventeen students selected by the White House to serve on 'Better Make Room' Student Advisory Board.
"We are in regular communication with the Indian and Pakistani governments on a wide range of issues."
The group of ministers are likely to meet in the first week of January to discuss the issue.
The survivor has come to India to join the probe.
"IF TRUMP REPLACES OBAMA DOES THAT MEAN ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK? "
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I start to write this as I sit in a coffee shop in a mall in India. It's early August. The monsoon is ending, but it feels like the beginning. The heavens have favoured this parched land, and the earth and leaves appear nourished, refreshed and renewed. It has been difficult to avoid another spectacular deluge taking place on the other side of the world -- the dissonant downpour of the US Presidential election. I am protected by a loyal umbrella: my unshakable faith in humanity.
The Orlando combustion is an outcome of the unholy intersection of three highly flammable ideologies, one domestic and two imported, namely America's obsession with guns, radical Islam (the name that Obama doth not dare take!), and Islamist homophobia. These three combined with devastating results.
Cashing in on tragedy is Politics 101. Following the deadly shooting in a gay nightclub on 12 June by a disturbed Muslim man of Afghan origin, conservative politicians in America, who are generally loathe to acknowledging LGBTQ rights, have hijacked the tragedy to nudge national talking points away from gun control and towards their favourite bogey, radical Islam.
We must be careful of how we set the discourse on the Orlando massacre. Very evidently, Omar Mateen wasn't the simple Kalashnikov-toting, vest-wearing Muslim terrorist that most of us are familiar with. While the dominant narrative serves to highlight the proliferating global appeal of the Islamic State's virulent ideology, it not only subdues a vital discussion on Mateen's chequered personal history but also conveniently diverts the popular narrative from the stark reality of the severe discrimination and bigotry that the queer community confronts on an everyday basis.
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I felt unease, despair and concern as the news about Mainak Sarkar flared on social media. With growing alarm, I watched the racist tweets roll in. Sarkar was called a Muslim, a terrorist and his actions were proof positive that "third worlders shouldn't be allowed in advanced societies." Some people demanded that Indians issue an apology.
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You like me. You really really like me. Is that what the Narendra Modi - Barack Obama meeting should be about? Narendra Modi lands in Washington DC with a long to-do list. There’s a Logistics Ex...
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The Physicians for Social Responsibility, a public health group and recipient of the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize, estimates in a recent landmark study that 1.3 million people, overwhelmingly Muslim, have perished as a direct consequence of the US-led global war on terror. This figure, by the way, is a conservative guess and the real total could be 2 million or more. How many of these did nukes account for? Zero. Does Kerry's heart not sink when he reads stats like these?
Comparing the healthcare systems of two of the world's biggest democracies--the United States and India--highlights changes we can make to improve the access and outcomes in our own country while also bringing to the fore some of our potential strengths. The big question, of course, is whether the decision-makers are listening.