The U.S.-China Dance at the Shangri-La Dialogue (GP Topic: Politics)

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The recent secret meeting between officials from the United States and China on the sidelines of the Shangri-La Dialogue security meeting in Singapore has caught the attention of curious onlookers and conspiracy theorists alike. It’s like a real-life game of hide-and-seek, where two superpowers try to engage in collaborative discussions while carefully avoiding direct contact. Who said diplomacy couldn’t have …

Silencing Expression: Unmasking the Censorship Conundrum (GP Topics: Media, Art, Society, Politics)

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In a world that thrives on the exchange of ideas and the celebration of artistic expression, censorship emerges as a formidable force, tightening its control. It has become a catalyst for fierce debates, igniting the passion of those who champion the freedom to speak and create, as well as those who seek to safeguard society from perceived dangers. As we …

Affirmative Action on Trial: The Supreme Showdown (GP Topics: Inequality, Education)

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The recent ruling by the US Supreme Court striking down race-conscious student admissions programs at Harvard University and the University of North Carolina (UNC) has sparked a significant debate surrounding affirmative action and its implications for diversity in higher education. This landmark decision, which comes after previous Supreme Court rulings supporting affirmative action, has far-reaching consequences for students and institutions …