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Hazem Saghieh

Hazem Saghieh

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Should We Sympathize with a Parisian Cathedral?

Before extinguishing the blaze at the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris, social media flared up with spi

Coups Claiming to Be Revolutions

Coups and revolutions are united in that they oust ruling regimes.

Revolutions against Coups

Besides their population of 40 to 42 million people, Sudan and Algeria have nothing much in common.

We Come Together to Fight

At the turn of the 19th century, internationalism, as an antithesis for nationalism, was born in Eur

A Simple Woman for Difficult Times

There is constant joy in Theresa May’s life that is often incomplete. She was born in 1956, a yea

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