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In a society filled with brutality, not enough is done to shield the younger generation from violence.
The military government is busy squandering what is left of its international credibility by hunting lese majeste suspects who have fled overseas. The move can do nothing to improve Thailand's reputation, only further tarnish its record on human rights.
Yesterday I spent six and a half hours in my car crawling from north to south.
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No sooner had the draft constitution been made public than women and gender equality enthusiasts, among whom were thousands of men and youths, began staging a series of protests against its regressive provisions that curtailed the rights of women as equal citizens.
Enhancing the security-related legal framework alone is of limited significance when it comes to improving Japan's deterrent capabilities. Only if the Self-Defense Forces (SDF) carry out joint exercises with the armed forces of other countries to build up a multifaceted defense cooperation structure can the effectiveness of the legislative arrangements be guaranteed.
In Indian media, experts often discuss China's expansionism, economic clout, aggressive foreign policy and its military threat to India as well as other nations without really contextualizing the historical factors that have played a critical role in shaping China's current nationalist policies.
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There's no loss of face in Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' about-turn in damping his nation's debt crisis. He made the right choice between an immediate chaotic exit from the European Union and staying within its fold -- for now.
Depending on whom you ask, the Iran nuclear deal is either an important breakthrough that removes a key threat in the Middle East or a historic mistake that will plunge the region into a nuclear arms race.
Why not finish work earlier than usual so you can enjoy the evening hours with your family or friends?
Living with his parents in a village near Sialkot, northeast Pakistan, Qasim Ali was everyone's favorite child. On most afternoons, he played cricket outdoors with his best friend, Saqlain.
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