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Weekend Roundup: The WorldPost Hosts Fareed Zakaria

This week, The WorldPost hosted a book party in Los Angeles for CNN's Fareed Zakaria as part of the launch of his new treatise, "In Defense of a Liberal Education." He is also a member of the Berggruen Institute's 21st Century Council. Attendees ... Huffington Post, 3 days ago

Weekend Roundup: 'The Wretched of the Earth' Are on the Move as Migrants

" The wretched of the earth," in Frantz Fanon's famous phrase, are on the move as migrants. Mostly, they have headed north across scorching deserts and menacing seas to follow their dreams of escaping poverty and finding a better life. As the writer ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago

Weekend Roundup: Work With Nature, Not Against It

Since Earth Day, which will be marked on April 22, was first commemorated 45 years ago, we have learned a lot about the planet's ecology. Above all, we have begun to understand the biological intelligence of nature itself that, for millennia, has ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago
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Weekend Roundup: Yemen Ignites New Mideast War Within Islam

If reading the next sentence about the bewildering tangle of so many bloody crossed swords in the Middle East makes your head hurt, just be thankful you live somewhere else where decapitation is not a regular occurrence. The intensifying Saudi-led ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago ON THE BLOGYemen Ignites New Mideast War Within Islam  Huffington Post1 month ago
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Why I Attended Pak Day Reception

( Mani Shankar Aiyar is a Congress MP in the Rajya Sabha ) I was at Pakistan's National Day reception last night, as I usually am. Unfortunately, I missed out on the kebabs and other goodies as I was able to spend only about 15 minutes there; the ...
 NDTV1 month ago Opinion: Why I Attended Pak Day Reception  NDTV1 month ago

Weekend Roundup: The Politics of Polarization Always Ends Badly

Whether in Russia, Venezuela or Israel, the ugly politics of polarization may work in winning elections -- but it always ends badly. Netanyahu's scaremongering against Arab voters and dashing of a two-state solution (his bad faith post-election ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Back to Interlocutors Report

Eight months into office, the Central Government has shown some willingness to act on the interlocutor's report, otherwise all but discarded by the UPA-II. Ever since it was presented in late 2011, the UPA Government despite promises to the contrary ...
 Greater Kashmir1 month ago Centre seeks J&K views on interlocutors report  Indian Express1 month ago

Weekend Roundup: How Japan's Past Shadows Asia's Future

TOKYO -- Looking out onto Tokyo's towering neon cityscape, it is difficult to imagine the utter devastation of Japan's capital 70 years ago this week in one of the world's greatest overlooked atrocities -- the unsparing American firebombing that ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

ON THE BLOGWeekend Roundup: Preparing To Be Disrupted

This week, The WorldPost conference on "The Future of Work" took place at Lancaster House in London. Discussion around the theme "prepare to be disrupted" ranged from how the emergent sharing economy, along with 3D desktop manufacturing, would take ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Weekend Roundup: Preparing to Be Disrupted  Huffington Post1 month ago
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