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  • 9/11 Attacks: Fear and Anger in Nepal

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    Earlier this month, America honored the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks. A decade after the horrifying events, the wounds still seems fresh and open. You could see the pain in the eyes of family members, friends and loved ones of the victims as  they tenderly touched the Ground Zero […]

  • 9/11: The Genesis of a New Political Consciousness

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    September 11, 2001 began as a normal day; Americans hurried through their routines, heading to school or work. There was little evidence that the events that would transpire over the next few hours would dramatically alter the political consciousness of the nation. And yet, the personal experiences of that day […]

  • After the Tunisian Revolution: Redefining Moderate Regimes

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    Recent events in Tunisia call for a redefinition of both what the West considers moderate regimes and the governance model these countries should choose. After 9/11, U.S foreign policy entered an era of confusion: the list of former anti-Soviet allies covered a large spectrum of regimes, political and religious-ideology groups. […]