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The Beginning Of The End Of Erdogan’s Era

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The result of the recent municipal elections in Turkey represents a major shift in public sentiment toward President Erdogan, which will have major political ramifications that will bring him down in disgrace. It is true that the economic crisis and the ineptitude he exhibited in dealing with it played an important role in the election and the AKP’s devastating losses in the largest cities, especially his hometown of Istanbul.

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At China’s Belt and Road Forum

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At China’s Belt and Road Forum, Guterres calls for 'inclusive, sustainable and durable' development

UN China/Zhao Yun

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Efforts Against Rape as a Weapon of War.

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A Step Forward in the U.N.'s Efforts Against Rape as a Weapon of War.
by Rene Wadlow

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What is Ethical Interanimality

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“Cursed be that mortal inter-indebtedness which will not do away with ledgers. I would be free as air; and I’m down in the whole world’s books.

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When political leaders are busy doing financial crimes?

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 I pen this article based on financial crimes by politicians. It is a serious offense which is unsafe for the economic balance. My argument against relativism is simple. A Political crimes by politicians is dangerous to liberty and gain.

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Living in Harmony with Nature

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Capitalist economy, socialism and communism are failed to stop poverty?

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I am focusing on this article, why economy is of the essence? Why we requires economic reconstruction to ensure growth?. I am arguing here, why still capitalism and socialism are failing to end extreme poverty?

I acknowledge there is confusion between the economic system and the economy, they both stand for. Between Economy and Democracy and socialism or communism.

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'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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'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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