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  • What Is Civil Society, Anyway?

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    Biscuit Theory was a flash in the pan. It erupted as an attempt to explain why and how civil society organisations (CSOs) work together, and disappeared just as quickly in a puff of their own transiency. Its simple claim was that the extent of CSO cooperation correlates directly to the […]

  • Pakistan and India: Promoting the Quest for Peace

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    Look at our past: the two-nation theory, Hindus and Muslims, the fire of hatred, prejudice and enmity. And the splitting of the Indian-subcontinent into Pakistan and India. Opposites, binaries, the relationship of polarities. Is it strange to recall that opposites always attract? Can’t we dream of a bond of mutual […]

  • Has America Found Its Occupation?

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    I could hear the bongos playing from down the block. As I walked closer to Zuccotti Park, the pseudo headquarters of the Occupy Wall Street Movement, every one of my senses lit up. I saw colorful costumes and hand-painted signs, I felt the massive throng of people sliding along as […]