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On the Newsstand:opposition
After centuries of Indian domination, Nepal would be wise to cultivate a wider set of diplomatic ties in order to keep its southern neighbor at bay.
The disadvantages of imposing sanctions too often go unexamined.
Citizens of France, Egypt, Mexico, and Venezuela head to the polls this year
Harvard students should follow the example of Jeremy Lin
For over thirty years, Farah Pahlavi has been forbidden from setting foot in the country she once ruled. Married in 1959 to Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, she reigned alongside him until the 1979 Islamic Revolution made pariahs of Iran’s powerful royal family, forcing them into the nightmare of exile. In her 2004 memoir An Enduring Love: My Life with the Shah, Pahlavi chronicles this nightmare and the years leading up to it with a bias only a proud leader could possess.
Sherbaz Mazari’s journey to disillusionment begins as early as 1948, after the creation of Pakistan. Hopes were running high and he was eager to serve his country when he took a group of tribesmen to fight for the liberation of Kashmir. Hearing stories of the Maharajah’s unlawful treaty granting the state to India and the oppression of Kashmiri Muslims, he gathered volunteers from the Mazari tribe and rode on horseback to the border of Kashmir to join the rebels.
Ron Paul supporters may pepper #Occupy protests, but the two movements are fundamentally opposed.
Why President Lukashenko’s cooperation in Belarus could be more deadly than his refusal. With smoke and whispers of a domino-effect rising in the Middle East, it is difficult to tear attention away from Twitter updates from Egypt and Tunisia to focus on a quieter, as of yet unsuccessful, opposition movement. Indeed, a no less spectacular story is unfolding in the ... Read More