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The increasingly dystopian dialogue of the deaf about Israel's...

George Orwell, 1945: 'Every nationalist is capable of the most flagrant dishonesty, but he is also unshakably certain of being in the right.' I am jealous of people who have no doubts. Those who are sure they know what's what. People who are ... Haaretz, 4 hours ago

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Eurasia Review

El-Sisi to address nation on anniversary of 23 July revolution

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi is to address the nation on state TV on Wednesday on the 62nd anniversary of the revolution that toppled the monarchy, a presidential statement said. Spearheaded by a group of nationalist army officers, ...
 Al Ahram15 hours ago Egypt's New President: I Will Not Sleep And Neither Will You. We Must Work, Night And Day, Without Rest. Analysis  Eurasia Review1 week ago
Oman Observer

Bali deal in favour of developed nations

India keeps world guessing on trade pact SYDNEY/NEW DELHI, July 22, (RTRS): India will firm up its position regarding a landmark global trade pact shortly before a Thursday deadline, a senior official said on Monday, setting up a nail-biting ...
 Arab Times1 day ago India to firm up stand on global trade agreement  Qatar Peninsula1 day ago UPDATE 1-India keeps world guessing in countdown to landmark trade deadline  CNBC2 days ago India keeps world guessing in countdown to landmark trade deadline  The Gulf Today21 hours ago

Spectacular success of cultural nationalism

In India, pseudo-secularists have sought to underplay the role of culture and nationalism in framing a robust society that can deliver extraordinary results, both in political and economical spheres The most interesting part about last Sunday's ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago

Why does Alex Salmond make speeches in England?

Scotland's First Minster Alex Salmond, leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), will make his final speech in England before the referendum. People living in England don't have a vote on independence. So what is he hoping to achieve? Alex ...
 BBC6 days ago Scottish vote may ripple globally  Taipei Times Online6 days ago It's Obvious That An Independent Scotland Just Won't Be Economically Viable  Business Insider1 day ago
Axis of Logic

A Nation on the Brink

For Americans, it was like the news from nowhere. Years had passed since reporters bothered to head for the country we invaded and blew a hole through back in 2003, the country once known as Iraq that our occupation drove into a never-ending ...
 Middle East Online1 day ago A Nation on the Brink: How US Policies Sealed Iraq's Fate  Axis of Logic6 days ago How Iraq Was Demolished By Washington's Intervention, Incoherence And Arrogance  Zero Hedge4 days ago How America's Policies Sealed Iraq's Fate  Counter Currents6 days ago
International Business Times UK

France: FN Fined and Ex-Candidate Leclere Sentenced to Jail over Monkey Racist Slur

Former French local election candidate for the far-right National Front (FN) party Anne-Sophie Leclere, 33, and French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira.FRANCOIS NASCIMBENI/AFP/ and STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP/ A far-right politician who compared a ...
 International Business Times UK1 week ago

OBITUARY - Nathan Shamuyarira: Departed great African liberation theorist

AS a baby boomer, growing up in the 1950s, issues of nationalist struggles for independence were at the centre of Africa's political discourse of the time. We would, as youngsters, hear frequent clarion calls for Uhuru, Harambee, Kwacha, Amandla ...
 Daily News TSN1 week ago Obituary - Nathan Shamuyarira - Departed Great African Liberation Theorist  Individual.com1 week ago
Times Live South Africa

Anthem 'off-key with Die Stem'

The national anthem fuses Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrica with Die Stem . Afrikaans musician Steve Hofmeyr recently chose to sing only Die Stem at the Innibos Arts Festival, in Mbombela, Mpumalanga, and then sang Die Stem at a show in Adelaide, Australia, ...
 Times Live South Africa1 week ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Indonesia: An uncertain nation waits for an answer

International markets signalled relief after the successful conclusion of voting in Indonesia's July 9 presidential elections, but the world's third largest democracy must wait at least two more weeks to find out who will be its next president. ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago INDONESIA POLLS: Playing the wrong cards at the Indonesian election  Asia News Network1 week ago Playing the wrong cards at the Indonesian election  Asiaone1 week ago
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