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A Brave New World Post COVID-19

Brave New World, a dystopian novel, written by Aldous Huxley almost nine decades ago portrayed a hi-tech world state.

This Pandemic Will Lead to Social Revolutions

As the coronavirus sweeps the world, it hits the poor much harder than the better off. One consequence will be social unrest, even revolutions.

The Coronavirus Crisis Is a Monster Fueled by Capitalism

  • Mike Davis
  • May, 2020
  • 326
Pandora’s Box is open, and our ruthless economic system is making everything far worse.

No COVID-19 Coronavirus Was Not Bioengineered. Here’s The Research That Debunks That Idea

I am a writer, journalist, professor, systems modeler, computational and digital health expert, avocado-eater, and entrepreneur, not always in that order.

Why China is New Pillar of the World

Since 2018, the march has attracted fierce criticism, especially online. But the organizers and participants are undaunted.

Why Winning the War In Afghanistan Meant Losing to the Taliban

The Taliban will seek to run Afghanistan in line with their values and. America will have to stand back and watch.

Right To Work

Does Pakistan have a long-term solution for unemployment?

The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Forever Alter the World Order

The U.S. must protect its citizens from disease while starting the urgent work of planning for a new epoch.

Yuval Noah Harari: The World After Coronavirus

This storm will pass. But the choices we make now could change our lives for years to come

No the Coronavirus Will Not Change the Global Order

We should be skeptical toward claims that the pandemic changes everything. China won’t benefit, and the United States will remain preeminent.

Is This China’s Global Leadership Moment?

  • Keyu Jin
  • May, 2020
  • 259
A pandemic is no time to tout the superiority of any country’s governance system or approach, let alone compete for global dominance. Instead of congratulating itself on having pushed back COVID-19, China should quietly win trust by helping the United States and other countries, not out of strategic interest, but on moral grounds.

Unsung Heroes

District administration officials are the first line of response.

Tackling The Crisis

This crisis has triggered an upsurge in intellectual work from academia, civil society, and professionals from other domains.

Covid Climate & Pakistan

The arc of human presumption is bending towards human extinction.

What Has Pakistan Gained From the US-Taliban Peace Deal?

Does Islamabad win from the conclusion of a deal between the United States and the Taliban?

The China-Pakistan Nuclear Nexus: How Can India Respond?

Pakistan has been rapidly advancing its nuclear weapons capabilities with China’s help. What can India do about it?

Amid Coronavirus Trouble Pakistan Remains a House Divided

The Imran Khan government is still refusing to seek cooperation from the opposition, even amid a health emergency.

Did Pakistan Win the Afghanistan War?

Pakistan is jubilant over the U.S.-Taliban peace deal, but celebration may be premature.

Pakistan’s Fight Against the Coronavirus Threat

Prime Minister Khan has been criticized for his response, but Pakistan is managing the best it can under difficult circumstances

Politics in COVID-19

There were some tentative signs of good news in Europe, as the number of people dying and the number of new cases registered each day fell in several countries, including Spain and Italy, the two worst-affected.

Bigger Than Trump

Now that the Trump administration has taken charge of the government’s pandemic response, how is it doing?

Another Way To Work

  • The KIPS
  • May, 2020
  • 250
A growing startup industry offers a glimpse of a different future

Europe’s Response to Covid-19

Once again, the euro zone is consumed by rows over debt

Banks And The Economic Emergency

  • The KIPS
  • May, 2020
  • 225
Banks entered this crisis in better health than the previous one. How sick might they get?

Come Home America? What’s Inside

Kathleen Hicks throws cold water on hopes (or fears) of any dramatic defense cuts, explaining what it would actually take to reduce military spending and why it’s so much easier said than done.

Asia and Pacific

Chinese and Indonesian archives show how Beijing and Jakarta cooperated in the fluid politics of the global anti-imperialist movement, siding in 1963-64 against what they viewed as a British imperialist plot to create Malaysia, a new state formed by the merger of Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak, and Singapore.