Category: World Affairs

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Understanding the Deadly Epidemic

Like many nations in the African continent, Guinea, a country of 11.5 million people, also remained hidden from the developed countries’ gaze. But, the month of April, this year, brought this small, struggling nation to...






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Wikipedia vs. United States

It is not only Wikileaks, even Wikipedia has issue with United States. Wikipedia(will  be called as Wiki, in rest of the article) is blocking the edits from United States Congress, House of Representatives. There are...






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Being Human is enough to Stand up for Gaza

  While collecting materials for writing an article, I’ve never encountered the difficulty of withstanding the emotional breakdown, like for this one. The killing of the three Israeli teenagers abducted on 12th June, 2014 and...






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Nourishing the Beast

    Malaysians haven’t yet come out of the missing misfortune of the MH370 this March. The missing plane and the failed searches, unable to fetch any valuable information to date, remain now as a...






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Japan’s Shift in Security Policy

The untamed military policies in the early 1930’s Japan set in motion, a war machine that plunged throughout East Asia causing unfathomable suffering. The merciless war of aggression caused post-war Japan to formulate changes to...






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EU and UK: Souring relations?

Not everyone in United Kingdom likes European Union. It is difficult for the nation to stay with no Euro and Yes Pound strategy, and to get along with the Union. But people who want UK...






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Who let the mobs out?

    The ongoing crisis in Iraq hits headlines every day now without fail. The fourth global leader in oil production now fights to hold it together from mounting sectarian violence that is ripping through...