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Does an Elephant Forget?

Does an Elephant Forget?

When my wife and I recently travelled to Sri Lanka, I had the opportunity to take a sunset ride on an Asian elephant. I
Pakistan’s Transgender Revolution
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Pakistan’s Transgender Revolution

I marveled at her brazenness. In a pink shalwar kameez (a traditional Pakistani dress), a transgender woman boldly
Democracy and Dissent in Iran

Democracy and Dissent in Iran

Political judgment day in Iran is fast approaching, and word on the street is that the mud-slinging between sitting cent
A Teachable Moment in Dharamshala
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A Teachable Moment in Dharamshala

The expression that “the only constant is change,” is part of our everyday language, but do we realize how t
Muslims, Syria and the Anti-Imperial Left

Muslims, Syria and the Anti-Imperial Left

For many who’ve come of age in the post-9/11 world (of Iraq/Afghanistan, drones, blacksites, etc.), it’s bec
The Bomb to End All Bombings – If Only

The Bomb to End All Bombings – If Only

When history looks back to this era, this will be a day to recall — that is if our lines to our future continue as
Westminster: The Dark Backing of the Mirror

Westminster: The Dark Backing of the Mirror

Do we need to think again about how our society handles terrorism, asks Christopher Jackson, in the wake of the Westmins
FATA and FCR — Pakistan’s Badge of Shame

FATA and FCR — Pakistan’s Badge of Shame

On March 19, a group of tribesman from MosalKor, Pakistan in the Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) were ordered



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