'A New Despotism in the Era of Surveillance Capitalism

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There is a fascinating chapter toward the end of Alexis de Toqueville’s Democracy in America titled “What Kind of Despotism Do Democratic Nations Have to Fear?” in which the author attempted something truly extraordinary – to describe a social condition which humankind had never before encountered.

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conveys Pirates Of Chemotherapy

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Healing is different from cure, conveys Pirates Of Chemotherapy

 

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Truthful Reporting In The Balkans Is Life-Threatening

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Kosovo investigative journalist Parim Olluri knew the assailants who phys

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That Cooler Heads May Prevail

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That Cooler Heads May Prevail
by Rene Wadlow

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Invest in education not imprisonment

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The disparity in state spending on prison has risen nearly 3 times in comparison to education whereas in some states like Colorado, South Dakota and, Wyoming the number has raised up to 5, 6 and 7 respectively.

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Business as usual will fail us on cancer control, SDGs

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Anything War Can Do, Peace Can Do Better

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William James’ idea of the need to create a moral equivalent of war first struck me, decades ago, when I read about it, as about as sensible an idea as inventing a new way to punch yourself in the face.

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