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Letters To The Editor

Leading academics condemn Indian crimes in Kashmir

Kamran Shaikh

Dhu al-Qa'dah 29, 14372016-09-01

Letter writer Kamran Shaikh takes heart from the fact that more than 850 academics have signed an open letter to condemn Indian State crimes in Kashmir.

Opinion

Despotism silencing intellectuals and scholars

Catherine Shakdam

Rabi' al-Thani 22, 14372016-02-01

Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan has gone berserk over criticism of his anti-Kurd policy. He has lashed out at intellectuals and scholars displaying his authoritarian streak.

Special Reports

Canadian election: Is strategic voting really strategic?

Ahmad Khawaja

Dhu al-Hijjah 17, 14362015-10-01

There is a notion that Muslims would be better served by voting strategically. This means voting for a party not to your liking in order to defeat one that you even dislike more. Does this really make sense? ...

Book Review

Noam Chomsky’s latest book puts Bush’s neo-con policies in historical context

Laila Juma

Muharram 10, 14252004-03-01

Hegemony or Survival: America’s Quest for Global Dominance by Noam Chomsky. Pub: Metropolitan Books, New York, 2003. Pp: 278. Hbk: $22.00

Book Review

Best available critique of the West’s plans for war against Iraq

Laila Juma

Ramadan 26, 14232002-12-01

A few weeks ago this author reviewed two very different books, both aiming to reintroduce basic historic facts to the current debate on the US’s planned war on Iraq (Crescent International, November 1-15, 2002). The two took very different approaches, but complimented each other well.

Book Review

Exposing the hypocrisy, greed and brutality of the western world powers

Abdullahi Abubakr

Shawwal 21, 14212001-01-16

Rogue States: the Rule of Force in World Affairs by Noam Chomsky. Pub: Pluto Press, London, 2000. Pp: 252. Pbk: UK£10.99.

Book Review

US congress: have money, will sell soul, to the highest bidder

Iqbal Siddiqui

Sha'ban 27, 14191998-12-16

The west, we are so often told, owes its pre-eminence to the universality of its liberal values and democracy of its political institutions. It is these, we are further told, which entitles it to lead the world, claiming the moral high ground on every issue, and imposing its will (for the greater public good, of course) on all others.

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