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The Pandemic of Forced Religious Conversions in Pakistan

The United Nations general assembly last month had astoundingly adopted a resolution, declaring an International Day to be commemorated every year on March 15...

Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030: A Catalyst for Realizing Women’s Rights

Saudi Arabia, the heart of the Arab and Islamic world, the investment powerhouse, and crossroads of three continents, adopted Vision 2030 in 2016 to...

Fighting Food Insecurity Through Local Action

Despite all its convenience, contemporary life has myriad downsides, especially in undeveloped nations. Poverty, food insecurity, and freshwater access are among the most glaring...

Economics, The Unavoidable Core of Kazakstan Protest

Kazakhstan suffered greatly from the biggest protest since its independence. As I recently returned to Almaty, I saw that everyday life is heading back...

The Importance of Cultural Competence in Healthcare

Healthcare is, by name and definition, a person-focused, empathy-driven, caring profession.

The Importance of Civil Society in Implementing Political Reforms in Kazakhstan

This year Kazakhstan is marking its 30th anniversary as an independent state. Just three decades ago, a relatively short period of time in historic...

Ten Years On, We Are Still the 99%

On Sept. 17, 2011, several hundred activists gathered in Downtown Manhattan and took over the Zuccotti park near Wall Street where they staged their...

Why Seniors Will Be Impacted the Most Post-Pandemic

The impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the world are far-reaching and have affected nearly everyone in some way or another. While...

Framing Mob Lynching as Domestic Terrorism

Mohan Bhagwat is the most respected and powerful leader of the ideological fountainhead of India’s ruling establishment. His apparent call for the unity of...

‘Leftover Women’ in Xi’s New China

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) founded in July 1921 is celebrating centenary year of its foundation in 2021. Much has been talked and touted...

Impact of China’s One-child Policy on Women

China’s one-child policy is the biggest social engineering project in human history that places women’s reproductive autonomy at its heart. Aimed at curbing population...

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Unveiling the Dark Side of Microfinance

For many, microfinance is a celebrated concept to tackle...

India and Its Recent Strategic Posture

In this world of all against all, India’s goal...

UAE’s Soft Power and Its Potential as a Cricketing Hub

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has managed to emerge...

The Only Game in Town

“Having been forced into being the only game in...

Sri Lankan Crisis: Where are the International Money Lenders?

The debt crisis for developing countries is not a...