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    Self-censorship in age of big data

    Nik Williams | Updated at 12:00am on December 16, 2018

    WE KNOW what censorship looks like: writers being murdered, attacked or imprisoned; TV and radio stations being shut down; the only newspapers parrot the state;...

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    Kashmir’s fate

    by AG Noorani | Updated at 12:00am on December 16, 2018

    KASHMIR has always been an eyesore for Hindu communalists. The instrument of accession was signed on the condition that its people would decide the dispute,...

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    Can it succeed where bogus secularism failed?

    Saeed Naqvi | Updated at 12:00am on December 16, 2018

    IT WILL be impossible to resist the temptation of attributing Congress gains in the three northern states to Rahul Gandhi’s demonstrative adoption of Hinduism....

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    Fundamental principles in a perpetual state of exception

    Oliur Sun | Updated at 12:00am on December 16, 2018

    The exception is more interesting than the rule. The rule proves nothing; the exception proves everything....

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    Can socialism save democracy?

    Theo Horesh | Updated at 12:00am on December 15, 2018

    A CONSENSUS is emerging on the left that capitalism produces inequality, which leads to oligarchy, which undermines democracy, and paves the way to fascism; and...

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    A tale of two cities

    Andrew Levine | Updated at 12:00am on December 15, 2018

    HERE follows a tale of two cities — not, as in Dickens’s novel, Paris and London, but Paris and Madison, Wisconsin....

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    Yearning for independence, democracy

    Gazi Mizanur Rahman | Updated at 12:00am on December 15, 2018

    AROUND the fag end of the British rule in India, World War I and II broke out with a gap of only 20 years....

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    A world of multiple detonators of global wars

    James Petras | Updated at 12:00am on December 15, 2018

    WE FACE a world of multiple wars some leading to direct global power conflagrations and others that begin as regional conflicts but quickly spread to...

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    A story of a new history of theatre

    Shahman Moishan | Updated at 12:00am on December 14, 2018

    THE 13th annual theatre festival of the theatre and performance studies department in the University of Dhaka has opened a new horizon in the contemporary...

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    HW Bush’s bitter legacy in the Middle East

    | Updated at 12:00am on December 14, 2018

    ANY sobre assessment of late president George HW Bush’s political legacy was drowned last week by the avalanche of hagiography by the mainstream media....

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