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Haiti: Time for Clinton and Co to Pack and Go

Haiti: Time for Clinton and Co to Pack and Go

Once more, we have tasted salt. We have mourned our dead from the earthquake and the cholera epidemic. The collective depression, the temporary zombification has lifted. It is time to evict the occupier and pursue the traitors and enemies of our independence. No exception. This is not the first time the United States has occupied [...]

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The Myth of India as a Superpower

The Myth of India as a Superpower

The verdict of the world press is finally out: India, they say, is no longer a poor, despicable country as depicted by orientalist European cinema and novels but is now a superpower. To strengthen their argument, they show us India’s nuclear arsenal. If this does not suffice, they show us that the wealth of the [...]

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Blast from the Cold War: Danger and Futility of Nuclear Proliferation

Blast from the Cold War: Danger and Futility of Nuclear Proliferation

Why keep an irrelevance? In the world of defense, nuclear weapons have assumed a stature of near futility. While conferences, think tanks, and superfluous professorial chairs exist on the subject of nuclear studies, the stark reality remains that the nuclear weapon is redundant as a weapon of security. The problems of nuclear insecurity, notably to [...]

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Tony Blair: Shock and Awe, Hell and Damnation

Tony Blair: Shock and Awe, Hell and Damnation

“God damn you, Tony Blair, God damn you.” So says United Kingdom parliamentarian, George Galloway, who seems to have made a justified assessment of what constitutes a war criminal. Tony Blair brought “shock and awe” and “Hell and damnation” to so many, the legacy of which still goes on everyday for countless people. Unsurprisingly he [...]

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Junk Food for Profit: Fat, Sick and Addicted

Junk Food for Profit: Fat, Sick and Addicted

  “We are what we eat,” as the old adage says. “If you eat a hamburger one day, then its atoms and molecules will end up making your cell walls and different organs and tissues,” explains Logan McCarty, a lecturer on chemistry, chemical biology, and physics at Harvard University. For humans, as for other animals, [...]

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