Global Policy

Modi Sent A Message To All Of India’s Minorities With His Latest Moves In Kashmir

Modi’s latest moves in Kashmir sent the message to all of India’s minorities that they mustn’t ever dare to resist the central government like the aforementioned region’s Muslims have otherwise the authorities will strip their states of the similar relative “autonomy” that some of them enjoy through the amendments made […]

The Abolition of Free Speech is a Betrayal of Western Civilisation

As societies became more enlightened over time, people were able to express tolerance for various ideas while admitting that no single thought process, epistemological theory, political party, spiritual guide or secular philosophy was completely correct nor completely false. This logical position regarding the nature of life and society was in […]

If Crimea Matters, Russia Should Support Kashmir

There are striking structural similarities between Kashmir and Crimea that should make Russian decision makers think twice before endorsing the unilateral actions of their decades-long Indian partners if they want to remain politically consistent. Kashmir and Crimea share many structural similarities that most observers might have missed upon first glance […]

India’s Doing Everything That Israel Wishes It Could Do, But Few Seem To Care

India’s revocation of Kashmir’s relative “autonomy” embodies everything that its new “Israeli” ally wishes it could do to Palestine such as eliminating its separate political status and giving non-residents of the UNSC-recognized disputed territory the right to buy property there as part of its long-term plan to wage demographic warfare […]

The Developing World Has Nothing in Common With The Western Underclass

One of the reasons that Singapore went from a post-colonial third world island to a socio-economic first world country was because under Lee Kuan Yew’s leadership, Singapore concentrated its development strategy on rapid economic growth, high quality education and investing the proceeds of FDI (foreign direct investment) into hard infrastructure. […]