• Factory Schools from the Industrial Revolution to the KISS University in 20200

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    26 August 2020 The executive committee of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES)’s has decided to drop the KISS University in Odisha as the co-host of the World Anthropology Congress-2023. The decision is driven by the argument that KISS University is a factory school. The decision

  • Inside Xinjiang: Unfolding Demographic Genocide of Uighurs in the People’s Republic of  China0

      by Utkarsh   27 August 2020 The Covid-19 pandemic has laid bare shortcomings of the capitalist and institutionally racists system that governs the world but its supersede in the media has drawn attention away from the Human Rights Abuses that continues to take place. One of the most muddling illustrations of this is China’s mass

  • Book review: War and Secession: Pakistan, India and the Creation of Bangladesh0

    Author: Richard Sisson & Leo E. Rose, University of California Press, Berkeley, California 1990  Paperback, 338 pages, $23.97 on Amazon, ISBN-13: 978-0520076655   Review by: Arnold Zeitlin    27 August 2020 War and Secession remain 30 years after its first publication, the go-to book for a concise, yet comprehensive account of the events that led

  • Democracy Is Important But Is It Working?0

    by M Adil Khan — August 26, 2020 If you think that democracy is about ‘government of the people by the people and for the people’, you are dead wrong, not these days. The way democracy has evolved in recent years in both developed as well as in developing countries, it has become more of

  • Rohingya refugees becoming Palestinians of Asia0

    Three years after Myanmar drove hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas into Bangladesh they are no closer to repatriation by Bertil Lintner August 26, 2020 A file photo of Rohingya refugees protesting against a disputed repatriation program at the Unchiprang refugee camp near Teknaf, Bangladesh. Photo: AFP/ Dibyangshu Sarkar BANGKOK – Three years after images of


      by Shivam Mishra and Aman Vijay Bhatt      26 August 2020   BIO-WEAPONS CONVENTION-A CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND SUGGESTIONS [PART-I] In the first part of this bipartite blog series, the authors have put forth the urgent need of considering the potential Bio-terror attack in the future by the countries while supporting the voice of

  • Morality and Immorality in Contemporary Politics0

    Allegory with a portrait of a Venetian senator (Allegory of the morality of earthly things), attributed to Tintoretto, 1585   Source : Wikipedia by Bhabani Shankar Nayak      24 August 2020 In the world of ideology free zone of politics, the question ‘of morality and immorality in popular and mainstream political traditions’ is becoming irrelevant. The


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