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الجمعة, 15 آذار/مارس 2019 17:28

Astana Tries to Silence China Critics

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AsTANA, Kazakhstan—For the past two years, the organization Atajurt Eriktileri (“Homeland Volunteers”) has been on the front lines of documenting and raising awareness about the mass detentions in the Chinese region of Xinjiang. Atajurt is a Kazakhstan-based organization of volunteer activists and family members who have lost relatives to China’s crackdown on mostly Muslim minorities, principally Uighurs but also ethnic Kazakhs and others. The group’s office in Almaty, Kazakhstan’s largest city, has become one of the few windows into a sealed region for international journalists and organizations by hosting regular press conferences and posting video testimonies of recently released detainees from Beijing’s…
الجمعة, 15 آذار/مارس 2019 17:22

Access to medicines—business as usual?

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High medicine prices are never far from the headlines, affecting access for everyone from those living in the world's most advanced economies to those in the least developed. The pharmaceutical industry, projected to be worth almost $1·6 trillion by 2020, is widely vilified for its role in this. Pharmaceutical companies are notoriously opaque in disclosing the exact costs involved in bringing a new medicine to the market. Industry-sponsored research suggests that the overall cost is around $2·6 billion. Pressure is mounting on the industry. In February, seven global pharmaceutical company executives appeared before a Senate Finance Committee to answer questions on the high…
Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has caused a lot of trouble for Democrats. Has anything been derailed? No, but she’s become a distraction. House Democrats were hoping to tout their two gun control bills, but they had to deal with another one of Omar’s anti-Semitic remarks that forced the House leadership to vote on a watered-down resolution denouncing anti-Semitism, among other things. It did not rebuke Omar in the resolution. The Minnesota Democrat peddled the dual loyalty smear, which did not sit well with her Jewish colleagues (via NYT): The fracas erupted over the weekend, after Ms. Omar said that pro-Israel activists…
السبت, 09 آذار/مارس 2019 09:39

As the World Burns: Hurtling Towards an Unlivable Planet

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The media and political establishments are diddling while the planet burns. Are we really supposed to take their games seriously as humanity veers ever more dangerously off the environmental cliff? In 2008, James Hansen, then head of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and seven other leading climate scientists reported that we would see “practically irreversible ice sheet and species loss” if the planet’s average temperature rose above 1°Celsius (C) thanks to carbon dioxide’s (CO2) presence in the atmosphere reaching 450 parts per million (ppm). CO2 was at 385 ppm when this report came out.  It was “already in the dangerous zone,” Hansen and…
On Feb. 1, the Trump administration made good on its threats and began the official withdrawal process from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty between the United States and Russia. As others have pointed out, this was a short-sighted decision. By withdrawing from the INF Treaty, the Trump administration has eliminated any consequences of Moscow’s alleged noncompliance, leaving it free to deploy as many intermediate-range missiles as it wants. U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to throw out the rulebook instead of trying to enforce it greases the wheels for a return to U.S.-Russian nuclear arms racing—with potentially dire consequences for…
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الإثنين, 25 شباط/فبراير 2019 17:09

We Should Have Seen This India-Pakistan Crisis Coming

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 It has been more than a week since a young militant in the district of Pulwama in the India-administered state of Jammu and Kashmir drove a car packed with 750 pounds of explosives into a convoy of Indian paramilitary forces, killing at least 49 of them. Indian and Pakistani reactions to the tragedy have been predictable. New Delhi blames Pakistan, accusing Islamabad of assisting the Pakistan-based terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), which claimed responsibility for the attack. Islamabad denies any complicity, noting that the attacker and his explosives were local products and excoriating heavy-handed Indian security forces for stoking the repressive environment…
الإثنين, 25 شباط/فبراير 2019 16:53

On to Caracas and Tehran!

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الثلاثاء, 19 شباط/فبراير 2019 12:16

A Call to Moral Capitalism

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ast month, our president told 800,000 federal employees to make do without paychecks for 35 days. Full-time workers lined up at soup kitchens. Families frantically begged for loan deferments, credit extensions, and acts of mercy from their banks. Air-traffic controllers put in ten-hour shifts, then worked as Uber drivers to make ends meet. The contract workers who clean government offices, guard government doors, and serve government meals are still not guaranteed one cent of the pay they missed. The January shutdown bore all the ugly hallmarks of the Trump presidency, from overt racism to tone-deaf privilege. And—beneath it all—an administration…
الثلاثاء, 19 شباط/فبراير 2019 12:12

The Sons of Mars

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الأربعاء, 13 شباط/فبراير 2019 10:35

Understanding Why Iranians Bash the US Government

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