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COMMENT: Hoping for the best against trump

COMMENT: By Ian Buruma His election is more like an earthquake, unleashing forces no one can control Is there any reason for liberals to feel optimistic after a year of political disasters? Is there even a shred of silver lining to be found ... Nigeria, 22 minutes ago
Trump and American Exceptionalism Foreign Affairs, 1 week ago

Utrecht Historical Lecture Series with Ian Buruma

Ian Buruma is Paul W. Williams Professor of Democracy, Human Rights, and Journalism at Bard College (New York), and has been a Fellow at the Wissenschaftskolleg (Berlin), the Woodrow Wilson Center (Washington D.C.), St. Antony's College (Oxford), ...
 Universiteit Utrecht3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Hoping for the best against Donald Trump

Is there any reason for liberals to feel optimistic after a year of political disasters? Is there even a shred of silver lining to be found in the tatters of Brexit, Donald Trump's election, and European disunity? Christians believe that despair is ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Trump and Churchill: The parallels just aren't there

A bronze bust of Sir Winston Churchill, displayed in the White House since the 1960s, has been the object of a continuing right-wing canard in Washington. The story goes that when United States President Barack Obama moved in, he returned the bust ...
 Gulf News1 week ago
Al Jazeera

2016: The year the ghost of Mosaddegh returned

A vast segment of Americans are legitimately concerned that Trump may upend their democratic institutions. In August 1953, when I was a two-year-old toddler growing up in my hometown of Ahvaz in oil-rich southern Iran, the British and the Americans ...
 Al Jazeera2 weeks ago

Hot-spring developer to open a facility that caters to all — even visitors with tattoos

Freelance editor Lauren Hardie applied to join a fitness center when visiting Tokyo last summer but, before her membership was accepted, she was asked to sign a special contract that began with the following condition: I am not a gangster. Hardie ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago

Why is France so interested in Syria?

France joined the United States in bombing Syrian territory (without a U.N. mandate) even before the United Kingdom did December 23, 2016 Why is France so interested in Syria? According to the Guardian , France's policy in Syria has been more ...
 Carib Flame3 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

Stephen Bannon and disarming Israel

The exposed roots of Zionism in anti-Semitism are now a matter of factual evidence for the whole world to see. What is the deadliest weapon at the disposal of the Israeli settler colony? No, it is not the 200-plus nuclear weapons that are all, ...
 Al Jazeera3 weeks ago

A letter from Normandy to Abe: Lessons for Japan from WWII

Dear Prime Minister, I spent a few days with my grandchildren visiting the beaches in Normandy in France that witnessed the landings of D-Day and the cities and towns that were ravaged by the fighting; these represent the first crucial steps to ...
 International Fragrance Association4 weeks ago
Nikkei Asian Review

The new message of Pearl Harbor

On Dec. 26, U.S. President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe will jointly pay their respects to the war dead at Pearl Harbor, the U.S. naval base bombed by Japanese planes in the opening salvo of the Pacific War. The occasion will ...
 Nikkei Asian Review4 weeks ago
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