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China’s African ambitions stumble in Botswana
Tensions surface over setbacks and delays to major construction projects as local critics point to 'shoddy' work.
Last updated: 18 Sep 2014 18:46 GMT
Manga and anime: Japan still treating children as sexual objects
Possessing child porn is now illegal in Japan - but depicting children as sexual objects in cartoons or animation isn't.
Last updated: 11 Aug 2014 11:48 GMT
The many British connections to massacres of Sikhs
There has been no justice rendered for the massacres of 1984.
Last updated: 28 Mar 2014 11:38 GMT
Gassing the West in Syria
The latest posturing by Western countries shows both their hypocrisy and their powerlessness.
Last updated: 30 Aug 2013 15:04 GMT
Political violence and the efforts to salvage Tunisia’s revolution
Understanding the historical context of recent political violence is key for Tunisia's long-term political stability.
Last updated: 05 Aug 2013 13:02 GMT
Espionage and hypocrisy
Is the NSA tapping the internet essential to keeping up with US rivals and enemies?
Last updated: 08 Jul 2013 13:49 GMT
Why China won't be a better superpower: Believe in people, not states
People in the West ought to wake up and emulate the popular revolts of Brazil and Turkey, suggests Barkawi.
Last updated: 28 Jun 2013 12:59 GMT
Burying liberalism in the Homeland
Liberalism in the 1920s was strong enough to tolerate mass protests and respectful funerals for "terrorists".
Last updated: 24 May 2013 16:31 GMT
The neoliberal assault on academia
The neoliberal sacking of the universities runs much deeper than tuition hikes and budget cuts, notes Barkawi.
Last updated: 25 Apr 2013 08:30 GMT
The North Korean bomb may be an uncomfortable fact of life, but so too is the US bomb, notes Barakawi.
Last updated: 17 Apr 2013 08:27 GMT
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