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Project Syndicate Aug 11
Fighting religious fascism means winning back minds and hearts | Arundhati Roy, 2003
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Project Syndicate Aug 13
The Chernobyl disaster was a true catastrophe. But, as Mikhail Gorbachev argued in 2006, it did have one silver lining: by enabling much greater freedom of expression in the Soviet Union, it made the system untenable |
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Project Syndicate Aug 6
“It’s futile to blame politicians and demand from them a morality of which they are incapable,” the Indian author and political activist Arundhati Roy wrote in this 2003 commentary. “If India’s politicians let us down, it is because we allowed it.”
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Project Syndicate Jul 30
In this 2001 commentary, then-Czech President Václav Havel urged Europeans not to close themselves off “in the hope that the various winds of this world will pass them by,” but to engage with the world and assume their share of responsibility for it
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Project Syndicate Jul 12
“The drive for the euro has been motivated by politics, not economics.” | Milton Friedman, August 1997
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Project Syndicate Jul 25
Free markets cannot be relied upon to deliver freedom, democracy, and the rule of law. , June 2000.
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Bible180 2 Jun 17
Remember not the sins of my youth or my transgressions; according2your steadfast love remember me,4the sake of your goodness,O LORD. :7
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Project Syndicate Jul 12
EU political unity is a prerequisite for monetary unity; reverse the sequence, and it fails | Milton Friedman, August 1997
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Project Syndicate Jul 2
In 1994, Christoph Bertram argued that the Balkan War made NATO’s eastward expansion essential
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Randall Paul Morton 6 May 17
Do you ever just ask: "Make me to know your ways O Lord; teach me your paths."?
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giselle beiguelman 19 Feb 15
On its 25th birthday, how did photoshop change photography?
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Project Syndicate Aug 15
In 2006, Mai Yamani described the widening Sunni-Shia divide. Now, it’s deepening
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Melissa Deming 15 Dec 14
: "Make me to know your ways, O LORD; teach me your paths. Lead me in your truth & teach me, for you are the God of my salvation"
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Project Syndicate Aug 15
Two decades after Chernobyl, Mikhail Gorbachev lamented that the world still hadn’t applied key lessons of the disaster. Another 13 years later, we still haven’t |
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Project Syndicate Jul 31
In 2001, Václav Havel said post-communist Europe faced self-inflicted threats to both sovereignty and identity
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Project Syndicate Aug 8
In this 2003 commentary, the Indian author and political activist Arundhati Roy warned that “India is again sipping from its poisoned chalice – a flawed democracy laced with religious fascism”
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Project Syndicate Aug 15
If the Middle East’s Sunni regimes decide that they need their own Hezbollah fighting for their cause, Mai Yamani noted ominously in 2006, there are plenty of Al Qaeda-trained fighters available
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James Baker 29 Jun 18
Replying to @mdalmau
Agreed that it is super interesting. Lots of work re blockchain and archive on 'trust', eg But the potential decolonial potential that decentralising tech offers has clear promise.
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Logan Valley ™ 6 Nov 14
Show love to my mans @KidAnd_PAUL game tomorrow❗️
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Project Syndicate Aug 13
In 2006, Mikhail Gorbachev reflected on the effects of the Chernobyl disaster, and the lessons the world failed to learn from it.
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