Posts Tagged “war”

In International Law subsidiary: Can war be just?

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In International Law subsidiary: Can war be just?

In International Law subsidiary: Can war be just? When political leaders say they hate war, they should not capitalize on war to get elected and govern. By Abdennour Toumi Carl von Clausewitz, an experienced general and well-known military theorist, proposed that the conscious conduct of war — strategy and tactics in geo-politics — should be…

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France, Fatherland of Human Rights Vs. Migrants’ Rights

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France, Fatherland of Human Rights Vs. Migrants’ Rights

France, Fatherland of Human Rights Vs. Migrants’ Rights French President baton and carrot immigration policy is between repressive deportation and limited selective immigration. By Abdennour Toumi President Macron is dictating conspicuously to his Interior Minister to enforce zero tolerance towards illegal immigrants, introducing a new bill on asylum and immigration to be presented to his…

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Podcast: Yemeni Coffee During the War

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Podcast: Yemeni Coffee During the War

One man’s mission to revive Yemeni coffee for global markets during the war. By: Kerning Cultures  Mokhtar Alkhanshali, the 28-year-old Yemeni American, is the first Arab certified Q-grader, the coffee equivalent of a sommelier for wine. This certification is a very involved process, comprising 22 tests intensely quizzing the applicant on flavours tasted and in what…

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Book review: The Drone Eats with Me

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Book review: The Drone Eats with Me

None of the most celebrated Western journalists have been willing to properly or fairly capture the true horror of Israel’s terrorism and war crimes against the Palestinians who live under Israel’s brutal oppression in the Gaza Strip. But Palestinian author and journalist Atef Abu Saif who has lived in Gaza all his life gives a crystal clear…

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Sarah Houssayni offers new book on Shiite life in Lebanon

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Sarah Houssayni offers new book on Shiite life in Lebanon

Lebanese author Sarah Houssayni provides insight into the life and challenges of Shiite residents in the suburbs of Beirut in her new book, “Fireworks.” Fireworks, the debut novel from Lebanese-born Sarah Houssayni, transports readers to the Shiite suburbs leveled and devastated during the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah War. Quite literally a tale of war and peace, the book…

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UNICEF launches Global Appeal for Displaced Syrian Children with Western Union

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UNICEF launches Global Appeal for Displaced Syrian Children with Western Union

UNICEF launches Global Appeal for Displaced Syrian Children through Western Union’s Education for Better Fund As part of today’s World Humanitarian Day focus, a renewed appeal to support education for Syrian children has been issued by Western Union, (NYSE:WU), a leader in global payment services, and A World at School, a global education initiative, to…

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