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    In Russia’s media, censorship is silent

    by Nataliya Rostova | Updated at 11:28pm on November 25, 2016

    THE idea of conducting a survey of Russian journalists came to me after seeing something similar in New York magazine, which earlier this year polled...

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    The new abnormal in Kashmir

    | Updated at 11:26pm on November 25, 2016

    SIXTEEN years is a long time to do something about a situation that causes immense suffering to millions of innocent people. But when I returned...

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    Developing communities for greater welfare

    by SM Maruf Ahmed | Updated at 12:18am on November 25, 2016

    BANGLADESH faces a lot of problems regarding social issues and social development. Because of a huge rural-urban migration and dependence on the centre, human resources...

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    PRESS FREEDOM IN TURKEY: Writing in a state of fear

    Cigdem Akyol | Updated at 12:10am on November 25, 2016

    ‘There is no significance to being a journalist in Sweden or Finland’, said Can Dundar, the former editor-in-chief of Cumhuriyet, the Turkish newspaper in president...

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    Hong Kong is riddled with unrest again

    by Vladimir Terehov | Updated at 12:10am on November 25, 2016

    THE political situation in Hong Kong (more precisely in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China) has once again fallen...

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    The end of Sarkozy

    by Jeremy Harding | Updated at 12:00am on November 25, 2016

    FRANCE is still on the outskirts of Trumptown, after round one of the centre-right’s first open primary to appoint a leader. To take part on...

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    Seeking the true path

    by Robert J Burrowes | Updated at 11:59pm on November 24, 2016

    ONE of the more subtle manifestations of the intimate link between (unconscious) human emotions and behaviour is illustrated by the simple concept of choice and...

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    GRUNWICK 40 YEARS ON: Lessons from the Asian women strikers

    Sujata Aurora | Updated at 12:47am on November 24, 2016

    FORTY years ago in 1976 a group of workers, predominantly South Asian women, led some of the biggest mobilisations the labour movement has ever seen...

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    Tazreen fire 2012: Quantifying injury, feminising victimhood

    by Saydia Gulrukh | Updated at 12:40am on November 24, 2016

    MY LEFT eye is made of stone, but it still sheds tear,’ Shahnaj squeezed her eye to prove it to us. On December 2013, Hamid,...

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    MOVEMENT AT MARRAKECH: Climate change in the shadow of denial

    by Binoy Kampmark | Updated at 12:38am on November 24, 2016

    WHILE it was all but obscured in the course of the US presidential excitement, negotiators at the climate change conference in Marrakech were busy attempting...

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