Monthly Archives: December 2014

Will ATT turn swords into ploughshares?

By Ameen Izzadeen A landmark treaty regulating the global arms trade came into force this Wednesday, but questions remain over its implementation. The treaty is a small first step in the million mile journey that will take us to a … Continue reading

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Peshawar school massacre: Vital lessons for Pakistan

By Ameen Izzadeen Something is seriously wrong with Pakistan. It is an understatement to say the world was devastated to learn of the school massacre in Peshawar. How can anyone commit such a heinous act — killing children and that … Continue reading

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US crucifies itself with horrific torture

By Ameen Izzadeen Despite international outrage over the torture of terror suspects by the CIA, one cannot but hail the United States governmental structure which gives hope that there is still space for value-based politics. The United States may be … Continue reading

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Racism in US: Lady Justice, what’s your verdict?

By Ameen Izzadeen In November 2008, the rest of the world partied with the people of America in celebrating the victory of Barack Hussein Obama. The victory was touted then as symbolising the collapse of the racial wall. But recent … Continue reading

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