18 November 2017

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Why Brexit’s Impact on Asian Researchers Is a Matter of Concern

If the UK withdraws from the Horizon 2020 programme as part of Brexit, the resulting funding decline will affect thousands of Indian scientists and engineers in...   [ continue reading...]

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Wide Angle, Episode 11: Is China’s Xi Jinping The Strongest Global Leader?

Maya Mirchandani interviews former additional secretary in the cabinet secretariat and president of the Centre for China Analysis and Strategy Jayadeva Ranade a...   [ continue reading...]

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The shapes of the worlds within

Away from the heat of reactionary furies and banal identity politics, seeing how Hindu beliefs are formed, sustained and changed   [ continue reading...]

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Six Months Ago Donald Trump Fired the Director of the FBI

This is your periodic reminder that six months ago the president of the United States fired the director of the FBI. Then he went on national TV and admitted th...   [ continue reading...]

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Imagining a New Social Order: Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin in Conversation

Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin discuss how the left can save the US from neoliberal excesses. (Image: Jared Rodriguez / Truthout) In a time of deep political,...   [ continue reading...]

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The American Roots and 21st Century Global Rise of Fascism

Americans have always fancied themselves immune to fascism, but many of fascism's roots lie in US soil. David Neiwert, author of Alt-America, tells Truthou...   [ continue reading...]

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How Jared Kushner’s newspaper became a favorite outlet for WikiLeaks election hacks

Foreign Policy reports: In the fall of 2014, Julian Assange, the embattled head of WikiLeaks, was meeting with a steady stream of supportive journalists in the...   [ continue reading...]

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Why progressives should support wikileaks

It is a fundamental political error to casually associate Wikileaks with neoconservatism or reactionary populism....   [ continue reading...]

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‘Facebook’ ads are way more important than the children we slaughter in some poor country

American politicians are responsible for are crimes against humanity, but those are never seen as scandals, except maybe a century later. At most we just treat...   [ continue reading...]

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Wall Street Wants to Kill the Agency Protecting Americans From Financial Scams

The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau has become a fast-moving agency that actually chalks up wins for average Americans. Republicans have sworn to kill it. Th...   [ continue reading...]

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Reinventing the World Social Forum: how powerful an idea can be

The collective in Salvador has succeeded in bringing together thousands of organisations for preparing the Forum:...   [ continue reading...]

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UNGA Resolution on Rohingya Crisis

It was long overdue, but we welcome the resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, which condemned the military operations in Myanmar’s Ra...   [ continue reading...]

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Girls in Afghanistan, and Everywhere Else, Need Toilets

Lack of access to clean, safe, private toilets is a major barrier around the world and it’s an issue that disproportionately affects girls. The post Girls...   [ continue reading...]

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As Powerful Men Fall, Renewed Focus on Trump's Many Accusers and His Disgusting Admission

Jon Queally, staff writer"One man continues to defy America’s new moral norm: its president."   [ continue reading...]

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Capitalism Is Not Our Only Choice

We have opportunities every day to build economies that lift each other up and spread joy. Since the breakup of the Soviet bloc and China’s turn tow...   [ continue reading...]

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The Man Leading the Charge for Trump's Impeachment

Free Speech for People Co-Founder and President John Bonifaz speaks during a news conference hosted by Free Speech For People and RootsAction.org at The Nationa...   [ continue reading...]

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As India Rushes Towards Digital Money, Are We Doing Enough For the Elderly and Those With Disabilities?

A recent RBI circular reminds us that digital banking, welcome as it is in the overall context, does not benefit all sections of society equally. The post As In...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Unprecedented, Unconstitutional Action by I&B Ministry to Remove Two Films From IFFI List’

In conversation with S Durga filmmaker Sanal Kumar Sasidharan about his latest movie, politics and his time as an ABVP worker. The post ‘Unprecedented, Un...   [ continue reading...]

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By Age 22, Half of the Women in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Stay Home or Are Married: Survey

By community, Dalits (70%) had the highest share of 22 year olds employed in the states in 2016. The post By Age 22, Half of the Women in Andhra Pradesh and Tel...   [ continue reading...]

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The Latest Fight for the Soul of the Democratic Party Is This Sunday in a Pennsylvania High School Gym

On October 21, Republican Congressman Tim Murphy formally resigned from Congress. The seven-term representative from Pennsylvania had always enjoyed s...   [ continue reading...]

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