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EDITORIAL– WAR ON TERROR— UNANSWERED QUESTIONS

EDITORIAL— WAR ON TERROR—SOME UNANSWERED QUESTIONS .Rasheed Hasan Khan THE CAT IS OUT OF THE BAG — The moment of truth is here. After nearly a month’s self imposed silence, at the behest of the U.S. Government, the western media has come out with the truth. Raymond Davis, the American citizen responsible for the murder, … Continue reading

HEGEMONY

HEGEMONY Abdul Ghafur Kassi In Greek, it is called Hegemonic – meaning leadership or hegemon for leader. It is political, economical, cultural and ideological power exerted by a dominant group over the weak; regardless of explicit consent of the latter. In a nut shell, it means political and economical dominance by the strong over the … Continue reading

FRENZY IN FOOD MARKETS

Frenzy in Food Markets by Jayati Ghosh So now we are back in another phase of sharply rising global food prices, which is wreaking further devastation on populations in developing countries that have already been ravaged for several years of rising prices and falling employment chances. The food price index of the FAO in December … Continue reading

STRATEGIC CONCERNS….

Talking about broader strategic concerns Taimur Rahman We progressives have been discussing and acting in various ways to push back religious extremism. I want to put forward a few ideas in this regard from a broader perspective. In the 1960s and 1970s, left and liberal culture was popular culture. The three largest parties in Pakistan … Continue reading

WHAT IS HAPPENNING IN EGYPT? Samir Amin

What is happening in Egypt is of immense importance, not only due to the importance of the country but also due to the radicality of the demand.  The demand is not just that Mubarak should leave — that is a first step — but that the system be changed, putting an end to the neoliberal … Continue reading

DANSE MACABRE

Cynicism’s Danse Macabre by Fidel Castro Ruz The politics of plunder imposed by the United States and its NATO allies in the Middle East is in crisis. This was inevitably unleashed with the high cost of grain, the effects of which are being felt with more force in the Arab nations where, despite their enormous … Continue reading

THE DESTINY OF THIS PAGEANT LIES IN THE KINGDOM OF OIL

Published on Saturday, February 26, 2011 by the Independent/UK The Destiny of This Pageant Lies in the Kingdom of Oil by Robert Fisk The Middle East earthquake of the past five weeks has been the most tumultuous, shattering, mind-numbing experience in the history of the region since the fall of the Ottoman empire. For once, … Continue reading

THE POPULAR UPRISING IN EGYPT

  The Popular Uprising in Egypt. The Military Machine Remains Intact. The Political Status Quo Prevails by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya The same group of Egyptian generals running Cairo presently formed the backbone of the Mubarak regime. There has been no real change in government. The military junta represents a continuation of the Mubarak regime. The previous … Continue reading