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Omar Mateen and the Culture of Violence

June 28, 2016 // As Safir - Lebanon - Arabic

Regardless of his name and his 11th-hour pledge of allegiance, [Omar Mateen] belongs to a deeply entrenched (and rather shocking) history of American violence committed against citizens in public places.

New Victims, Same Old Hate

June 19, 2016 // Público - Portugal - Portuguese

And since difference and freedom have as their protagonists anonymous civilians, then these are the preferred victims, no matter if they are in France, the U.S. or in any other country or continent where they exhibit it.

War of the Professors

November 25, 2015 // Izvestia - Russia - Russian

First it was Fukuyama. Francis Fukuyama, an American philosopher of Japanese descent, was born in Chicago in 1952. A professor at Stanford University, he’s still alive today and continues to make a living at Stanford. In 1992, he published the book “The End of History and the Last Man,” in which he hastened [Read more]