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How the left tired of liberal London life
Gulf News

How the left tired of liberal London life

The city has moral enemies. In ancient times and modern, among religious warriors and secular ideologues, urban life has been scathingly equated with sexual licence, denatured materialism and free inquiry. Babylon was condemned. The Khmer Rouge ... Gulf News, 2 weeks ago
The Star (Kenya)

Why are Clowns on the Campaign Trail popular?

Donald Trump, the real-estate tycoon and reality-show host, also known as The Donald, is unlikely to be the next president of the United States. He is loud, crude, ignorant about most things, and looks absurd in his puffed up blond comb-over ...
 The Star (Kenya)2 weeks ago
Social Dashboard

Joy And Disillusion

th, 2015 Ben Gurion Reading Declaration of Independence Photo Credit: Israel State Archives My most vivid and satisfying memory of growing up in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn dates from May 1948, when I was eleven and a half years ...
 Social Dashboard2 weeks ago
Malay Mail

Salvager of bygone delights

Edwin Frank­, edito­rial direc­tor of New York Revie­w Books­, at the offic­e in New York, July 31, 2015. Found­ed in 1999, NYRB has made a speci­alty of rescu­ing and reviv­ing all kinds of ignor­ed or forgo­tten works­. —New York ...
 Malay Mail2 weeks ago
Global Research

Atomic Warfare Became Noble Even to the Victims: Narratives of Hiroshima

Hiroshima signalled a breach in war, radical in its annihilating scope, and merciless in its existential fury. At the time, there was an almost desperate attempt on the part of the military establishment to normalise its use in truth, the world war ...
 Global Research3 weeks ago

The Nationalist Assault on Japan's Local Peace Museums: The Conversion of Peace Osaka

Abstract In April 2015, Peace Osaka, a publicly-funded museum famous for its hard-hitting exhibits about Japan's wars of the 1930s and 1940s, reopened after a renewal. In the new exhibits, discussion of Japanese aggression and atrocities has been ...
 Japan Focus1 month ago

May PM Lee's 'Asian Values' Rest In Peace

Few politicians have garnered as many effusive public tributes after their death as Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's founder and long-serving former prime minister. Yet there is something extraordinary about the adulation of Lee. Other leaders who held ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago
The Star (Kenya)

Israel PM Punches A Hole In Us-Iran Policy On Nukes

Why did he do it? What possessed Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Bibi Netanyahu to accept an invitation from the Republicans in the US Congress to come and attack President Barack Obama's policy on Iran without letting the White House know? ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 month ago

2016 Attorney Hourly Rate Report

2016 Rate Report - 950 Law Firms + 5,500 Companies: Law Firms Control Their Rates and Destinies - 12 Byfield - 1225 McBride Avenue - 1270 East Street - 155 Route 10 Associates - 1900 M Restaurant ...
 Research and Markets1 month ago

Learning a lesson from Norway's past mistake

Vidkun Quisling, Norway's wartime fascist leader whose name has become synonymous with collaboration with evil, lived with his wife in a rather grandiose villa outside of Oslo. That villa is now the Norwegian Center for Studies of the Holocaust and ...
 Shanghai Daily1 month ago Good people, bad judgments  Korea Joongang Daily1 month ago
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