News and Analysis (6/24/20)

Populism would replace national identity based on a narrative history of common values with one based on a common enemy; for America that is a reversal from a country of immigrants to a country against immigrants:

Sauce for the goose is not sauce for the gander the BJP’s India:

Bolton revealed Trump’s support of China’s “policy of placing Muslims in mass internment camps” on the same day Trump signed the Uyghur Human Rights Protection Act; but U.S. hypocrisy on the issue goes back decades:

Several Muslim groups of St. Louis marched together in support of BLM and call Muslims to “stand for justice-as prophet Muhammad did”:

“[T]he draft has little support among major powers at the U.N., reflecting Washington’s isolation on its Iran policy”:

Trump Administration Unveils Security Council Resolution Extending Iran Arms Embargo (Foreign Policy)

Girish, Assistant Professor of Law, said: “The hate mongers who were active since the district was carved out of Palakkad and Kozhikode on June 16, 1969 have received a renewed vigor ever since BJP came to power…”:

Hindutva fanatics will not allow a film to be made about the intellectual-turned-freedom-fighter who took up arms against the British occupation of India:

A 27-year-old man “was shot at [a] checkpoint in Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank … and left to bleed to death for more than an hour after Israeli soldiers banned a Palestinian Red Crescent ambulance from treating him”:

“There had been fears the Hajj might be cancelled altogether”:






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