Cultural adornments: How clothes fashion identity and mask bigotry

By Khaled Diab The clothes we wear speak volumes about our individual and collective identities. However, the history of fashion

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World peace is no naïve or utopian cliché. It’s the only way to save humanity from itself

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the major power tension it has created, has sparked fears of a wider conflict. While World War III is unlikely, World Annihilation War I only requires a misstep or miscalculation by one nuclear-armed man or another. That’s why we urgently need nuclear disarmament and world peace.

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“Never again or forever more?” asks veteran war reporter

By Boštjan Videmšek I was almost certain that the Russian invasion of Ukraine would not take place. I was at

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Island of despair

While the outrage of Europeans has been turned to Donald Trump’s wall and the handling of migrants at the border with Mexico, they ignore a humanitarian disaster closer to home. The EU has left Greece to handle the influx of refugees on its own and those stuck on Lesbos are living in abysmal conditions.

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Donald Trump: Universal scapegoat

Donald Trump is possibly the worst American president in history, but that does not give the rest of the political establishment a get-out-of-jail-free card when it comes to taking responsibility for the mess the world is in

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