Israeli Attacks on Palestinians: A Third Intifada?

International Affairs Article was published in Paradigm Shift The author considers the violence against Palestinians to be a threat to international human rights, as Israeli attacks on Palestinians have continued since last Friday, shaking Jerusalem and its inhabitants. Indiscriminate violence by Israeli forces mounted after protests by Palestinians against the forceful eviction and occupation of…

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Economist- Breaking the stalemate

ISRAEL related ARTICLE Binyamin Netanyahu is Israel’s longest­ serving prime minister. He dominates political life. His loyal supporters praisehis statesmanship, strength and skill. His critics condemn him for being divisive, domineering and dirty—he is currently on trial for corruption. Politics in Israel comes down to whether you are for or against the man known as…

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Economist- Message in the bottleneck

For the best part of a week, the Suez canal was blocked by a 200,000­tonne metaphor. The Ever Given is not just one of the world’s biggest container ships, it is also the emblem of a backlash that accuses globalisation of going too far. Since the early 1990s supply chains have been run to maximise…

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PM Saudi Visit by DAWN

PRIME MINISTER Imran Khan has concluded a productive visit to Saudi Arabia at a time when bilateral relations between the two countries required a much-needed boost. According to official accounts, the prime minister held wide-ranging talks with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, and also met a number of other important persons including the…

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Foreign Policy gaffes by DAWN

MIXED messages, retractions and clarifications from the government have become an all-too-common occurrence when it comes to matters of foreign policy. Not only does this undermine the efforts of those in the foreign service, it also doesn’t help the country’s image in the international arena. Recently, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi himself stirred controversy when…

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The languages only differ in their grammar

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic…

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