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“The Global Order is Being Jeopardised by Trump”: Rajat Nag
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“The Global Order is Being Jeopardised by Trump”: Rajat Nag

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Source: Newsclick / The Dawn News / March 21, 2018 Rajat also discussed how the WTO has failed the developing nations. Former Managing Director General of the Asian Development Bank, Rajat Nag in a conversation with Prabir Purkayastha, discusses about the recent Trump Tariff which has put WTO in a deep […]

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Stephen Hawking: Explainer of the Universe
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Stephen Hawking: Explainer of the Universe

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The top cosmologist of our times, Hawking also held very progressive views. By: Subodh Varma / Source: Newsclick / The Dawn News / March 14, 2018 “I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken-down computers; […]

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Patricia Espinosa when she was still Mexico's Foreign Minister speaking during a news conference at the General Assembly of the OAS in San Salvador. | Photo: Reuters
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International Women Day: 5 Women Leading in the Americas

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By: Geovanny Vicente-Romero / Source: teleSUR / The Dawn News / March 5, 2018 International Women Day is about honoring these women so that they can pave the way for more successful role models at every level of society. The previous decade saw a wave of women serving as presidents […]

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Mumia Remembers Ursula Le Guin

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By: Mumia Abu-Jamal / Source: The Indypendent / The Dawn News / January 29, 2018 Her name was Ursula Le Guin: Born in Berkeley, California, Oct. 21, 1929, daughter of noted anthropologist Alfred Kroeber. But her name is known for her novels, many in the field of science fiction, which weaved […]

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On January 15, 1919: Rosa Luxemburg was Murdered

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  The great revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg was murdered by Freikorp in Berlin, and her body thrown into the Landwehr Canal on this day in 1919. By: ROAR Collective / Source: ROAR / The Dawn News / January 15, 2016 Rosa Luxemburg [1871-1919], the Polish-born revolutionary and writer, was one of the […]

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One year of Immigration under Trump
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One year of Immigration under Trump

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By: Maryam Saleh / Source: The Intercept / The Dawn News / December 31, 2017 Donald Trump made his formal entry into politics with the racism and xenophobia that would become a hallmark of his lightning-rod candidacy and, ultimately, his first year in the Oval Office. “When Mexico sends its […]

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The twelve victories of President Maduro in 2017
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The twelve victories of President Maduro in 2017

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By Ignacio Ramonet / The Dawn News To begin, it is important to remember that President Nicolás Maduro was the Head of State that was most unjustly harrassed, slandered and attacked in the history of Venezuela. More even than the Commander Hugo Chávez himself, the founder of the Bolivarian Revolution. […]

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