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Ig Noble Prize

The world is eagerly awaiting this year’s decision of Oslo’s Peace Nobel Prize Committee, chaired by Norway’s former Prime Minister Thorbjørn Jagland. While last year’s choice, Chinese human rights activist, literary critic, writer, and academic, dissident Liu Xiaobo was very much … Continue reading

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Being fascinated by the DIFFERENCE in culture of Western and Muslim societies, I find the study of differences as much as important as the study of similarities in understanding what separates us. These days see, once again, an almost coincidence … Continue reading

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Another Expat’s View

Expats’ views are different. I have noticed that new sensibilities and sensitivities may emerge after emigration. That will undoubtedly lead to an increased awareness of bad conditions here and elsewhere. Having recently moved from one extreme to another my main … Continue reading

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