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Iceland Elects Historian as New President After Financial Crisis and Panama Papers Scandals

Icelanders' faith in authorities has been shaken by years of austerity measures and capital controls as well as the Panama Papers scandals, which showed that th...   [ continue reading...]

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The test should be the terms on which the office of profit is accepted, not what it has to offer. The parliamentary secretaries clearly do not occupy offices o...   [ continue reading...]

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All agree that Rajita Usendi, a local Maoist commander in Gadchiroli, was trapped in a hut and consumed by fire. But beyond that simple story lies a more comple...   [ continue reading...]

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D. Raghunandan, June 27, 2016 A Golden Raspberry Award or Razzie has been awarded in Hollywood every...   [ continue reading...]

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Process as Punishment: How India Misread Signals from the NSG

“India doesn’t seem to understand that the ‘process’ is where the game is being played and that’s why the minor objectors are more...   [ continue reading...]

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World labor needs a union - Fred Thompson

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On 23 June, the British people voted to leave the European Union. Against all odds and, above all, against all reason, one of Europe’s most moderate and p...   [ continue reading...]

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What International Law Tells Us About the Curious Case of Kulbhushan Jadhav

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Islamic State Launches Fresh Attacks in Eastern Afghanistan

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India Needs to Understand the Causes of its NSG Embarrassment

Whatever narrative India internalises will have interesting implications for Indian foreign policy – and by extension the Asian security order – for...   [ continue reading...]

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Fallujah Falls: The Slow Death of ISIL and the Future of Iraq

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The Democrats After Bernie

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What Do Syrians Want?

When the British House Foreign Affairs Committee convened hearings in September 2015 to reassess the government’s Syria policy, it invited seven witnesses...   [ continue reading...]

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Protest Politics: Introduction

This fall’s election campaign may be the most tumultuous one since 1968, and with good reason. How did we get here? And what’s next?Introducing our...   [ continue reading...]

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Great Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has wiped out many bankers and global speculators. They will turn, as they did in 2008, to government...   [ continue reading...]

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Gathering and assembling: Judith Butler on the future of politics

A new book from one of the world’s leading philosophers brims with ideas about gender, collective action and...   [ continue reading...]

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Latinos and the New American Majority

Since the 1980s—dubbed the “Decade of the Hispanic”—every major election cycle brings the breathy declaration that the Latino vote will...   [ continue reading...]

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John Bellamy Foster, "Joan Acker, Socialist Feminist"

Joan Acker, who died on June 22, 2016, was one of the foremost socialist feminists of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Her work about gend...   [ continue reading...]

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A Politics of Ambition

In November 2012 several hundred New York City fast-food workers walked off their jobs in a symbolic one-day strike. Some were making the federal minimum wage o...   [ continue reading...]

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HDP leaders call for solidarity as Turkish regime clamps down on media

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