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01.02.2024 Simon Chege Ndiritu

US President Joe Biden’s administration’s efforts to stop Texas Governor Gregg Abbott from keeping illegal immigrants away shows that the US Empire is in dire need of foreign workers and talents. Major policy and media outlets including Forbes, (here), Financial Times (here), George Mason University and FWD.us (here), and the Council for Foreign Relations (CFR) (here) show that Washington’s empire cannot compete without immigrants ‘top’ global talents…

20.12.2023 Abbas Hashemite

Israel has killed over 21700 Palestinians since October 7, 2023, in its genocidal campaign in Gaza. Most of the Palestinians martyred include children and women in this massacre. As per reports, almost 92 journalists have also been killed in this recent war between Israel and Hamas. The United Nations and many human rights organizations around the world have called for humanitarian peace in Gaza. However, this appeal has been rejected and vetoed by Israel and the United States respectively. The latter, along with many of its allies, is, unequivocally…

25.10.2023 Konstantin Asmolov

The author has frequently come upon the results of politician and businesswoman Yoon Mee-hyang’s actions when investigating…

11.08.2023 Taut Bataut

On May 9th, 2023, in an unprecedented display of unrest, Pakistan witnessed a succession of distressing images that dominated the airwaves, unveiling a furious backlash against the military establishment. The upheaval was set into motion when supporters of Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party attacked the General Headquarters, unleashing chaos upon the Lahore Corps Commander’s residence and marring military properties and monuments nationwide. This stark departure from the peaceful protests of Mr. Khan and his party in the past…

20.06.2023 Bakhtiar Urusov

Myanmar has always been a crossroads of migration routes and trade routes. Indochina as a whole is one of the most favorable places for the development of homo sapiens, therefore, since ancient times, many often not very close ethnic groups have lived on the territory of the country. It is not surprising that by present a relatively small state is a patchwork of fourteen administrative entities, in each, with the exception of the capital, there is at least one separatist armed group. Together, this entity is called the Union…