The war against words

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“We are accused of terrorism If we dare to write about the remains of a homeland…. About a homeland where birds are not allowed to sing About a homeland where writers must

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Russia and DPRK rustle up an alliance

The Russian President Vladimir Putin’s brief visit to Pyongyang on June 19 raised much heat and dust. The signing of a Treaty on Comprehensive Strategic Partnership by Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hogged

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Awakening for Tibet

Around 60 years ago, China forcibly entered Tibet and occupied the region. Until then, Tibet was a peaceful country where Tibetans lived according to high-value systems and Buddhist philosophy, with goodwill towards

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The World of Balance

The international system is always changing. It usually shifts one piece at a time, each one constrained by the system to dampen its impact – and thus maintain balance and stability. Many

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Three Key Takeaways from My Cuban Visit

Last month, I went to Cuba as part of a 20-person delegation to deliver $60,000 in critical life-saving cancer medications and medical supplies to two pediatric hospitals there. This delegation was organized by Hatuey Project,

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Russia’s post-war dilemmas in Ukraine

In regard of the war in Ukraine, Russia’s main challenge going forward is to find the equilibrium between strategic overestimation and underestimation. “We always overestimate the change that will occur in the

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Plight of Being Nero’s Guests

Israel has been poisoned by the psychosis of permanent war. It has been morally bankrupted by the sanctification of victimhood, which it uses to justify an occupation that is even more savage

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