We Didn’t Start The Fire: April 2021

By Krishna Advani

From academy awards to international developments: a lot happened in April 2021. This month’s news article catches you right up on it.

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We Didn’t Start The Fire: January 2021

By Krishna Advani

The month at a glance so far from black lives matter, US Elections, world politics, sports and much more right here!

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Fabric of Narration

By Preeti Kathuria

When Truth becomes pliable, it falls upon the reader to distinguish fact from opinion. Read about narratives in news here, in this poem.

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French Political Play in the East Mediterranean

By Rayomand Bhacka

“France has always held a special attention to what we call the Levant due to the large French communities there, the cultural and…..”

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How Did America & Britain Become Allies within a Century?

By Rayomand Bhacka

An interesting chronology of the Anglo-American Alliance, which evolved from colonial rule to a welfare-based diplomatic tie.

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Newfound Ignorance? Pandemic Edition

By Jasnoor Anand

“This pandemic cannot be another one of societies experiences of new-found ignorance. It is time to redesign society as we know it.”

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Turkmenistan – The Politics of Isolation

By Rayomand Bhacka

Why is a repressive and authoritarian rule so deeply entrenched and why have the Turkmenistan citizens experienced a total absence of liberalism?

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We Didn’t Start The Fire

“Oh what an age, the past decade has been.” This piece talks about the global affairs and their predominant themes in the past decade.

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