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Trump’s devilry at the UNGA

By Ameen Izzadeen Traditionally, the United Nations Secretary General’s office informs ambassadors that their heads of state should confine their speeches to about 15 minutes when they address the General Assembly’s annual session. On Tuesday, the UN General Assembly president … Continue reading

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North Korean crisis: Avoid war and save Mother Earth

By Ameen Izzadeen The Earth continues to rotate on its axis and moves along its orbit around the Sun, suffering in silence and not knowing what poisonous attack it will suffer next. Most of the Earth’s inhabitants go about with … Continue reading

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North Korea: Smart bombs could stop nuclear warfare

By Ameen Izzadeen A world without nuclear weapons is a possibility and that day is not far from us. Thanks to North Korea and its provocative behaviour, such optimism is not the wild imagination of a fiction writer. The United … Continue reading

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Kim and China playing Trump cards

By Ameen Izzadeen Kim Jong-un has some guts. The North Korean leader’s foolhardiness apparently knows no bounds. Though baby faced, he is dangerous. He has only contempt for the United States. The maverick regime’s eccentric leader dismisses with a characteristic … Continue reading

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North Korea: the soul behind the demon

By Ameen Izzadeen As 2011 draws to a close, what more can symbolize the uncertainty of 2012 than the future of North Korea under a young and inexperienced new leader? Although none can say with certainty what the morrow will … Continue reading

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