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Discourse: Nationalizing Freeport could be disastrous for the economy
Jakarta Post

Discourse: Nationalizing Freeport could be disastrous for the ...

The future of PT Freeport McMoran in Indonesia is hanging in the balance with the government refusing to negotiate the extension of its contract until 2019, two years before it will expire. The American gold mining giant, which operates the world's ... Jakarta Post, 17 hours ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

A ceasefire between the battling Begums!

New realisations appear to be dawning on the leadership of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), especially on its chairperson Khaleda Zia. The latest indication of an apparent change of heart is the party avoiding any knee-jerk reaction over the ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 day ago

Political faux pas aplenty

Momentum in the general election campaign gathered pace this week, with both major political parties, the United National Front for Good Governance (UNFGG) and the United Peoples Freedom Alliance (UPFA) experiencing highs and lows in what promises ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 days ago Don't be fooled by election promises - EDITORIAL  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka3 days ago
Rediff.com

Kalam made us believe the sky was never too high

'As a nation we came up short, but that did not deter Kalam. He made it his life mission to exhort the young to greatness,' says Mohan Guruswamy. A P J ABDUL KALAM. RIP. Kalam had little in common with his predecessors. He did not have the educational attainments of Dr S Radhakrishnan, Dr Zakir Hussain and Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma who were genuine PhDs from top-notch institutions. Kalam just had an engineering degree from Madras University. He did not have the political training of Presidents ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Are we surprised Turkey is bombing the PKK?

But under the Treaty of Sèvres, in 1920, they got a little nation in what had been Turkey. Then along came the Turkish nationalist Mustafa Kemal Ataturk who took back the land that the Kurdish nation might have gained. So the victors of the Great ...
 Albawaba3 days ago

Issue of the day: Jokowi's foreign diplomacy

July 22, p8 I refer to an article titled Jokowi's foreign policy: Assertive or nationalistic? (The Jakarta Post, June 25) by Hikmahanto Juwana. Regarding the statement, Countries realized that they could not cross the line between defending the ...
 Jakarta Post5 days ago
Daily Nation

Social media rant showed we are a bunch of hypocrites

I can take it when an army of Kenyans on twitter come out to rally nationalist sentiment and unleash a torrent of disparaging hashtags at CNN for depicting our country as a hotbed of terror ahead of US president Barack Obama's visit. My country is ...
 Daily Nation6 days ago Kenya: Social Media Rant Showed We Are a Bunch of Hypocrites  Uncova5 days ago
Irish Independent

A double act wasn't in the script for the Abbey

A team of two Scots will take over as joint directors at our National Theatre in January 2017. Neil Murray and Graham McLaren will overlap with Fiach Mac Conghail, the outgoing director, for the previous six months, joining him at the helm half way ...
 Irish Independent6 days ago
Ani News

Nation commemorates valour of Indian soldiers in Kargil War

Jul 25, 3:29 pm By Jaibans Singh New Delhi, July 25 ( ANI ): The sixteenth anniversary of the Indian victory in the 1999 Kargil war is being celebrated across the country today. Functions are being held in all army cantonments ...
 Ani News6 days ago Music streaming passes 500 mln mark in a week in UK  Can India News6 days ago 'The Indian soldiers adapted quickly and performed remarkably well'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Sydney Morning Herald

The Southern Cross has been hijacked, but that's what happens to national symbols

In the '90s, I wore a T-shirt with the Southern Cross on the front but now it just sits in the drawer. It marked me as a leftie, a supporter of workers' rights and republicanism: the people against the rulers; the battlers against the bosses. It ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago The Southern Cross was always going to be hijacked  Canberra Times1 week ago
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