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For Today's Migrant Crisis, Lessons From The Wake Of WWII

For Today's Migrant Crisis, Lessons From The Wake Of WWII

The current migrant crisis in Europe is the greatest since the end of World War II. Professor Ian Buruma, author of Year Zero: A History of 1945 , discusses the lessons Europe learned then that can be NPR, 1 week ago
Japan Times

Hiroshi Hamaya: images of an inner war

Most active in the mid-20th century, the photographer Hiroshi Hamaya (1915-99) is best known for his folkloric images of rural life in Niigata Prefecture — images that some consider to be symbolic of his passive resistance to militarism, but for ...
 Japan Times1 day ago
Gulf News

Back to hardcore socialism

The remarkable thing about Jeremy Corbyn, the hard-left outsider who stunned the British establishment by capturing the leadership of the Labour Party, is not his alleged lack of patriotism. Whether he wishes to sing God Save the Queen at public ...
 Gulf News1 day ago

Enduring China-Japan Hatreds Risk Renewed Conflict Involving U.S.

BEIJING--There are many obscure tourist sites in Beijing One missed by many foreigners is the Chinese People's Anti-Japanese War Memorial Hall The museum illustrates why China America's most fearsome potential competitor and Japan Washington's most ...
 Uncova3 days ago
Gulf News

European states need refugees

How heart-warming it is to land in Germany, where football fans hold up banners welcoming refugees from the war-ravaged Middle East. Germany is the new promised land for the desperate and downtrodden, the survivors of war and pillage. Even the ...
 Gulf News4 weeks ago Economic migrants should be welcomed as warmly as refugees  Irish Examiner4 weeks ago Europe needs them: Migration from non-EU countries an imperative  Hindustan Times4 weeks ago

Russia: Condemned to repeat history

It's a central tenet of liberal thinking and liberal politics that facing one's own country's history is an activity necessary to the mental health of the people. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the chronicler of Soviet oppression, said on his return to ... month ago Russia is condemning itself to repeat history  Reuters1 month ago
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 News1 month 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)1 month 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 Dashboard1 month 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 Mail1 month ago
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