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  • White Fright

    White Fright

    No media pundit likes to mention the disenchanted white working class Obama voters who switched to Trump or stayed home. An estimated 6.7 to 9.2 million such voters deserted the Democrats in 2016 when only 40 thousand votes in several key states would have prevented Trump from ascending into and addling the White House

    February 28, 2021
  • Reviving a deal

    Reviving a deal

    The United States has no indication whether Iran will accept the offer; it has cautioned that the prospect of a meeting was a first step in what would be a lengthy, difficult process towards restoring the nuclear deal.

    February 24, 2021
  • Immigration Overhaul

    Immigration Overhaul

    The legislation brings to life President Biden’s plan to restore humanity and American values to our immigration system,” was the resonant chant of the Democrats, more than a month after the outrage in the Capitol.

    February 23, 2021
  • Hunter Biden and the art of the possible

    Hunter Biden and the art of the possible

    That’s what makes Biden so endearing. That’s why you wish he completes his first term in rude health, and the second one as well. Time alone will tell. But let it be known. People voted for Joe. For Joe alone. For Joe alone has the stutter. They didn’t vote for Jill or Hunter or Kamala or anyone else. All of them are baggage that Joe has carried with him to the White House.

    February 18, 2021
  • Age and Colour

    Age and Colour

    The inhuman treatment meted out to the girl exemplifies how even children are not exempt from police brutality and racial injustice.

    February 15, 2021
  • Intimate Selections

    Intimate Selections

    Gluck's poems centre on relationships, they centre on responses to the non-human world; the empirical and the epistemic are fused seamlessly in her poems, so protagonists from the Greek classics blend in with the contemporary American landscape and soulscape, braided with a sense of universal humanism and deep empathy for sentient life-forms

    February 14, 2021
  • Biden cracks whip

    Biden cracks whip

    In the net, the American President has signaled an exceptionally robust initiative against the intervention of the junta in the immediate aftermath of yet another victory of the National League for Democracy

    February 12, 2021
  • Feelers to Houthis

    Feelers to Houthis

    Aid groups have already expressed their misgivings, saying that the gesture in favour of the Houthis will almost certainly worsen the dire humanitarian situation in the country.

    February 9, 2021
  • Biden and Europe

    Biden and Europe

    Not only is he tasked with undoing the damage wrought on the USA’s core alliance with the European Union by Mr Trump’s actions as US president which undermined it severely, but there are many who will settle for nothing less than a “trans- Atlantic New Deal”.

    February 5, 2021
  • Presidency isn’t as easy as removing a button

    Presidency isn’t as easy as removing a button

    With 17 executive actions on his first day in office, President Biden unleashed a full-scale assault on his predecessor’s legacy by simply reversing several key Trump policies

    January 29, 2021