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 Culpability and Recalibration: MBS and the Killing of Jamal KhashoggiCulpability and Recalibration: MBS and the Killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
It was a brutal way to go, and it had the paw prints of the highest authorities. On October 2, 2018, Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi Arabian insider turned outsider, was murdered by a squad of 15 men from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
 
 Democratic Republic of Congo - Need for Reconciliation Bridge-BuildersDemocratic Republic of Congo - Need for Reconciliation Bridge-Builders by Rene Wadlow
The killing on 22 February 2021 near Goma in Eastern Congo of the Italian Ambassador to the Congo has highlighted the continuing insecurity of the area and the need for renewed efforts at peacebuilding.
 
 Poverty, Malaysia's Hidden Crisis - An issue to top the political agenda Poverty, Malaysia's Hidden Crisis - An issue to top the political agenda by Murray Hunter
Successive Malaysian administrations have hidden the real incidence of poverty in the country for decades. The government narrative asserts that it has reduced poverty from 50 percent in 1970 to almost eliminating it...
 
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 Refriended in Defeat: Australia Strikes a Deal with FacebookRefriended in Defeat: Australia Strikes a Deal with Facebook by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
The Australian Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, was unconvincing in his efforts to summon up courage. The Australian government had been left reeling in the wake of Facebook's decision to scrap and block Australians from sharing...
 
 A unique opportunity for European governments to reaffirm and strengthen their commitment to transparencyA unique opportunity for European governments to reaffirm and strengthen their commitment to transparency by Ovi Magazine Guest
Accessing quality information has never been so challenging, despite or maybe, because of our exposure to tremendous amount of information. The entry into force of the Council of Europe (CoE) Convention on Access to Official Documents...
 
 Morons, Vaccines and Tennis: Booing at the Australian OpenMorons, Vaccines and Tennis: Booing at the Australian Open by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
It was a fittingly poor conclusion to a tournament that risked being cancelled, run to ground, or even rendered stillborn. The tennis world number one, Novak Djokovic, had captured his eighteenth grand slam against would be...
 
 Sexual Assault in CanberraSexual Assault in Canberra by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
Who knew what? In many cases of sexual assault in politics, events take place behind bolted doors, the perpetrator and victim bound by ties of power, seediness and suppression. The victim is left with an odious and onerous task...
 
 Sharing information for economic developmentSharing information for economic development by Joseph Gatt
It's a big mistake to think that just because people in developing countries have access to information online, that they have access to information on economic development.
 
 Power and Corruption within Malaysia's Leadership & How they get away with itPower and Corruption within Malaysia's Leadership & How they get away with it by Murray Hunter
Former Attorney General Tommy Thomas in his recent book, "My Story: Justice in the Wilderness," suggested that big-time corruption in the Malaysian polity sprang up during the Tun Abdul Razak era - 1970-1976 - that a secret...
 
 Today's revolutionsToday's revolutions by Joseph Gatt
Revolution means overthrowing the government, or at least challenging the government. But you can't just overthrow the government. Most revolutions are the fruit of the masses challenging the government in the name of an ideology.
 
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