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After COP27: The Way Ahead for Climate Justice 

COP27, held in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, concluded with a joint decision to establish loss and damage compensation for the countries particularly vulnerable to...

The New York Times and the Dehumanisation of the Taksim Terror Attack Victims

Common people around the world expect well-known Western news organisations to provide them with objective and balanced reporting of events by providing facts, data,...

Raw Power and Rules in a More Violent World?

To aid further the discussion on the interplay between raw power and rules today, a pertinent question to ask is why exactly is it...

Reporting Covid-19

Effective media reporting can serve the purpose of being a trustworthy source of reliable guidance related to health and safety as Covid-19, having been...

When coups succeed: Egypt’s collapsing economy has lessons for Turkey

The Sisi regime’s lack of accountability towards Egyptians has engendered an unsustainable economic situation that almost exclusively benefits foreign investors and regime insiders. Turkey’s...

Religious Minorities and India’s Electoral System: Exclusion and Disenfranchisement

The Pew Research Centre predicts that because Muslims have the highest fertility rates and the youngest median age when compared to other religious groups,...

The ‘Trump’ Card in Turkey-Iran relations

In spite of a rapidly evolving geopolitical situation and the existence of fundamental differences over many issues between Ankara and Tehran, trade and economic...

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