Sri Lankan Elections: Not Just a Victory For Minorities


Sri Lanka’s political majority and minorities must unite in order to form a cohesive society   Images have been circulating Facebook, highlighting in their various hues...

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Cuba: The Untold Story of Thriving Development


Cuba has seen academia divided for years but the exemplary advances being made in education and healthcare in the country speak for themselves   “They talk about the failure...

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Decolonial Expressions of Outrage in the Wake of the Charlie Hebdo Attack


The emergence of critical decolonial responses is crucial to coming to terms with and addressing the shooting at Charlie Hedbo   The horror of the 7th January attack on staff...

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Desperately Seeking Democracy in Bangladesh


Bangladesh's democratic path continues to struggle as the opposition and ruling party clash over controversial elections   As billions worldwide enter into another year,...

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The Objectification of Spirituality


The paradox of using the internet to develop our spiritual journey   New year is associated with changes, resolutions and fresh starts, even more so in a consumerist society...

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Dick Cheney and the Witch Threat of the 21st Century


The revelations of the CIA torture programme reveals striking parallels to witch hunts of centuries past, with compelling lessons for the present   This month’s release...

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2014: An Eventful Year in Tweets and Trends


Through laughter and tragedy, a little bird has kept us a part of it all   The year is drawing to a close, just as we were getting in gear. 2014 seems a blur of highs and lows,...

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