Is Japan’s nuclear plan safe?

Only luck and real courage at 14 nuclear reactors on Japan’s Pacific coast overcame the technical failures of nuclear power and prevented the nation from being destroyed by radiation.

Facing the heat

Europe’s Jews are facing perhaps their worst crisis in living memory. “Europe’s Jews facing backlash.” (Aug. 23)

Is it right to quit Parliament?

“Imran Khan’s party quits Parliament.” (Aug. 23) This is ostensibly to put pressure on the government to dissolve Parliament and order fresh elections in the country.

How long will it go, Mr. Modi?

Only fair politics can lead India to stability, Aijaz Zaka Syed very rightly writes in his column, “Modi’s mission begins at home.” (Aug. 22)

Obama’s tone-deaf remarks on Ferguson

If President Barack Obama’s comments on race in the anguished aftermath of the not-guilty verdict in George Zimmerman’s trial gleamed in light, his words on the rage that has thumped Ferguson, Missour

Israel fired rockets to justify airstrikes

Friday 22 August 2014
The war was over. Families returned to their kibbutzim near Gaza. Kindergartens opened up again. A cease-fire was in force and extended again and again. Obviously, both sides were exhausted.
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A lesson from Ferguson riots

Most people used to think that violence and protests would somehow be different in America, the cradle of democracy.

Pakistan at a crossroads

Despite the huge protests against his government and mounting calls for resignation, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has refused to budge.

Ascent of a woman

Ever seen an eagle turf an eaglet out of the nest purely because it was of the feminine gender?

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