Month: March 2021

Ghani

Moscow Conference To Accelerate Afghan Peace Process

Accelerated efforts are being made toward Afghan Peace. Afghanistan’s situation for almost four decades has resulted in instability and unrest in the whole region. Afghanistan itself and the entire region has suffered a lot and could not make any economic development. Afghanistan is situated on major trade routes linking Central […]

Boris-Johnson

The Overthrow Of Evo Morales And The First Lithium War

The world was used to oil wars since the end of the 19th century. Now the wars over lithium, a mineral that is essential for mobile phones, but above all for electric cars, are beginning. Foreign Office documents obtained by a British historian and journalist show that the UK engineered the overthrow of Bolivian president Evo Morales to steal the country’s lithium reserves.

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How Rights And Liberties Ratings Are Fabricated

The US organisation Freedom House recently published its latest report on the state of civil liberties around the world. It should be mentioned straight away that its authors have a particular understanding of freedom. This is John Stuart Mill’s transformed idea of negative freedom; i.e., freedom from obligations, traditions, values, […]

The Great Unmasking

The Great Unmasking

Everyone you meet and have ever met wears a mask. You do too. (And no, I am not talking about the current pandemic.) From the time we were children, we have been taught that certain things were acceptable and certain other things were definitely unacceptable. For example, when confronted with […]

Lula da Silva

Return Of ‘Pink Tide’ In Brazil. Viva BRICS!

Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has hit the political turf running. He was catapulted back on to the frontline of Brazilian politics only on Monday by the surprise decision of the country’s Supreme Court to declare that the anti-corruption operation that scuppered Lula’s bid to reclaim presidency […]