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Category: Democracy

The Window Of Discourse

Joseph Paul Overton (January 4, 1960 – June 30, 2003) was an American Technologist and expert in Jurisprudence, who unfortunately perished in a car accident in 2003. He had come […]

Airing Objections

Well, people may say that there were 30 women in all, and those many women recently shook the Afghan capital of Kabul, by holding a rally near a local Mosque! […]

Sworn To Keep His Legacy…

The recent passing away of Desmond Mpilo Tutu OMSG CH GCStJ (October 7, 1931 – December 26, 2021), the South African Anglican Bishop and Theologian, can literally be considered the […]

Dismantled & Disbanded!

The famous sculpture, called the Pillar of Shame, was there in the campus of the University of Hong Kong for more than two decades. The 26ft-tall sculpture made of bronze, […]

Retardation Accelerated

When it comes to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, monetary policy is hardly conventional. The Every Morning Asia online portal has explained why President Erdoğan’s economic fantasy would not save […]

Embracing The Appeal Of Fantasy?

Last summer, a political commentator stated that the Prime Minister’s “mission is to restore the nation’s faith in itself, to battle the ‘effete and desiccated and hopeless‘ defeatism” He added […]

A Pointless Comparison!

Nowadays, it is increasingly being observed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is often being referred to as the true architect of modern India. Well, this, in turn, seemingly brings forth […]

Policy Of The New Chancellor

With Olaf Scholz replacing Angela Merkel as the German Chancellor on December 8, 2021, a change is on the cards, as far as Germany’s Asia Policy is concerned. The new […]