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  • CHINA’S ATTITUDE MAY HINDER ITS QUEST FOR AFRICA’S NATURAL RESOURCES

    China’s willingness to invest in Africa has brought benefits to both that continent and the Chinese people. But if Chinese leaders do not quickly respond to the growing mass political consciousness in many African countries, all that has been achieved could crash around their ears. Whether it is by democrats or dictators, China is accustomed

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  • BACHA KHAN AND NONVIOLENCE: HOPE FOR PEACE IN AFGHANISTAN AND PAKISTAN

    It was a historical day that Bacha Khan (1890 – 1988) was born in the strategic tall mountains of Pashtun land located on the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Bacha Khan is also known as, Abdul Ghafar Khan, Fakhr -e-Afghan, non-violent Muslim soldier of Islam and a man to match his mountains. When Bacha Khan

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  • WHAT IS WRONG WITH POLITICS OF THE IRREPRESENTABLE?

    It is a common belief in political essays and academic papers that politics have been trapped into a new circle of voting seeking. The well-founded political labels of left-wing and right-wing, as well as the euphemism of the political center are all deeply affected by the lack of a mind-blowing yet active and alive public

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  • USING THE DEVICE OF A TREATY TO CONTROL CORPORATIONS?

    In today’s modern democracies, corporations wield significant influence over our lives, as well as over our governments. In the wake of the global financial crisis, it is evident that corporate interests are not always aligned with the public interest. Furthermore, there are few incentives for companies to adhere to this objective. This issue was raised

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