Analysis and Policy

It’s A Wrong Interpretation That Russia Supported Pakistan At The UNSC

Contrary to what’s being widely reported among some segments of the Alt-Media Community, Russia didn’t support Pakistan at the UNSC meeting about Kashmir, with this wrong interpretation being debunked by an objective reading of the official statements made by Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov and Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN […]

Don’t Blame Pop Music For The Moral Decay Caused by 20th Century “Classical” Music

Prior to the age of recorded sound, there was a generally unspoken though occasionally referenced division between folk music and art music. The primary distinctions were that whilst art music was written, performed and composed by professionals (or semi-professionals), was theoretically rigorous and owed much of its origins to sacramental […]

Trump Plays it Cool on Hong Kong

When Hillary Clinton Tweeted her hardline support for the Hong Kong rioters just hours after they conducted an ISIS style torture of a Global Times journalist inside an airport, the world could have and should have breathed a sigh of relief. The seemingly counter-intuitive sigh of relief should have been […]

Priyanka Chopra Should Be Stripped Of Her Role As A UN “Goodwill” Ambassador

The Bollywood actress’ February tweet praising the Indian Armed Forces for their failed strike against Pakistan and her recent defense thereof as “patriotic” contravene the principles that a UN “Goodwill” Ambassador such as herself are supposed to embody and should thus result in her being stripped of this influential role. […]

Hard Kaur Threatens To KO Modi, Gets Suspended From Twitter But Still Goes Viral

Indian-born but UK-based rapper Hard Kaur defiantly challenged both Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Shah “to come in the ring alone” and fight in response to the sedition case that the government recently filed against her for her anti-Hindutva comments, promptly resulting in her account’s suspension from Twitter shortly […]

Why Don’t Activists Care About The Kashmiris As Much As The Rohingyas?

It’s certainly peculiar that the international activist community cares more for the Rohingyas than the Kashmiris despite both of these people being Muslim minorities that are facing a similar threat of ethnic cleansing, which suggests that there must be more behind their double standards than initially meets the eye. The […]