Tag Archives: Afghanistan

The Black Muslim Female Fashion Trailblazers

Hijab-wearing model Halima Aden will be featured in Sports Illustrated's annual swimsuit edition. Her success needs to be viewed in context of a long history of black Muslim women's fashions.

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View from India: A Wake-up Call on Proprietary Seeds

How India can shift its agriculture from a high-yield ideal to a high-value one.

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Mueller Report: From ‘Total Exoneration!’ to ‘Impeach Now!’

How can a community decide the direction it should go, if its members cannot even agree on where they are? Two political scientists say the growing phenomenon of dueling facts threatens democracy.

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IEA: Renewables Growth is Stalling

The oil and gas industry has enjoyed a golden era under the Trump administration, but it may only be temporary. 

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India’s False-flag Operation

The Sri Lankan attacks have all signs of being a classic “false” flag operation of RAW. The end motive is to malign and further demonize Muslims the world over, at the same time goad the Muslims emotionally into further reaction so that they can be confirmed labelled as a terrorist religion.

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Most of America’s Rural Areas are Doomed to Decline

The U.S. has been consistently urbanizing, especially for the past 100 years. Technology advances in manufacturing, agriculture, mining, fishing and forestry accelerated migration from rural to urban areas.

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What Does Ramadan Teach Us?

The significance of the lessons we learn during Ramadan.

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FATF Action Plan Implementation Urgently Requires a ‘Coordinator’

FATF review offers Pakistan a historic chance to demonstrate to the world that it has indeed turned the page to move from a security to a normal state.

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Another Setback for Stability in Mali

Mali’s dire security situation is in the spotlight, but the political climate has also deteriorated considerably.

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Few Knows Why Americans Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

One survey found that only 10% of Americans could describe the holiday’s origins. The complicated legacy of Cinco de Mayo serves as a reminder that the past is made meaningful in different ways by different people.

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