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Global Financial Crisis: Why Recession 2022 Would be Unlike Any Other?

Skyrocketing inflation and higher interest rates are setting the stage for a massive global financial crisis. The world’s major economies are staring at a steep recession. According to the eminent report agency, Namoura countries, including the likes of the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Canada, Australia, and the Euro-zone, are heading into Read More…

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Decoding the Worst Global Inflation in Decades: What it Means for you?

The signs of the looming global financial crisis are now becoming more apparent. Debt, social unrest, hyperinflation, unemployment, skyrocketing global inflation, and uncertainty of the future are defining the current scenario of many nations. For the past few weeks, the world has been witnessing starkly falling stocks, currencies losing value, collapsing crypto market, rising food Read More…

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Islam in 2075: World’s Largest Religion!?

Did you know that Islam is growing faster than the world’s population and it will become the world’s largest religion by 2075? Religious trends are changing rapidly worldwide with high growth in the followers of specific religions. While Christianity is believed to be the largest religious group for the next three decades, trends show that Read More…

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The 1967 War was a Defeat  of Arabism, Nasserism, Baathism and anti-Islam doctrines

In the early hours of 5 June 1967, exactly 55 years ago, the Israeli air force carried out wave after wave of devastating strikes on Egyptian air bases, destroying, virtually completely, the entire Egyptian air force in what is called The so-called Six-day War. In subsequent strikes on the same day, the air forces of Read More…

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Amber Heard & Johnny Depp Case: A Mirror to Our Overly Toxic Culture

The bitter defamation battle of Hollywood starring Amber Heard & Johnny Depp has finally come to an end. The verdict is in: Johnny Depp has defeated his ex-wife in the defamation of a multi-million dollar lawsuit. However, with the inescapable media coverage, the high-profile domestic violence case has gripped the world. While many have been Read More…

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Patent Evergreening: Rising Drugs Prices and Loss to Poor Patients

Countries especially developing and under-developed ones are struggling hard to provide basic health facilities to the citizens. Affordability to drugs and medical care is the first condition to get access to health care. But pharma companies are using the tactics like patent evergreening to maintain their monopoly in the drug market and hindering the entry Read More…

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Human Rights on the Brink of Tragedy Due to a Severe Drought in the Horn of Africa

Twenty Million People at Risk of Hunger in the Horn of Africa Twenty million people are at risk of severe hunger due to a drought in the Horn of Africa. A climate-induced weather emergency has delayed rainfall. Four consecutive failed rainy seasons have led to the worst drought the Horn of Africa has witnessed in Read More…

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Impact of Technology on Human Rights

We are living in an era of disruptive technologies, witnessing incidents of human rights violations with the use of technologies. History always changes itself with the introduction of revolutionary technology. Introduction of technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data Analysis and IoT are such technologies that are changing the way societies are behaving, people’s Read More…

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The Looming Global Debt Crisis: Developing Nations at the Extreme Risk

Sri Lanka: The First Domino to Fall? Following weeks of protests and a worsening crisis, Sri Lanka’s prime minister, Mahinda Rajapaksa, announced his resignation. There is no state bankruptcy system, but if one existed, the South Asian country, which is down to its last $50 million (£40 million) in reserves, would be the first to Read More…

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Afghanistan: Taliban Orders Head-to-Toe Coverings for Women in Public Further Defying Human Rights

What Do Women’s Rights Look Like Under Taliban rule? Taliban Order Women to Wear a Mandatory Islamic Face Veil and Only Leave Home if Strictly Necessary On May 7th 2022, the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) stated deep concern in response to a recent Taliban announcement. The Taliban held that women should only leave Read More…