The politics of blasphemy: Why Pakistan and some other Muslim countries are passing new blasphemy laws
Written by Ahmet T. Kuru, Professor of Political Science, San Diego State University On Jan. 17, 2023, Pakistan’s National Assembly unanimously voted to expand the country’s laws on blasphemy, which carries the death penalty for insulting...
Written by Dennis B. Desmond, Lecturer, Cyberintelligence and Cybercrime Investigations, University of the Sunshine Coast The news of a so-called “Chinese spy balloon” being shot down over the US has reignited interest in how nation-states spy...
Written by Robert Poole, Professor of History, University of Central Lancashire In December 1972, Nasa’s final Apollo mission (Apollo 17) took the iconic “Blue Marble” photo of the whole Earth. Many, including science fiction writer Arthur...
Written by Martina Baradel, Marie Curie postdoctoral researcher, University of Oxford On the afternoon of October 16 last year a brawl erupted between two groups of gangsters in a restaurant on the 58th floor of the...
US debt default could trigger dollar’s collapse – and severely erode America’s political and economic might
Written by Michael Humphries, Deputy Chair of Business Administration, Touro University It’s a case of déjà vu all over again on the debt ceiling debate. Republicans, who regained control of the House of Representatives in November...
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