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It Doesn’t Matter if Democracy is Incompatible with the Middle-East Opinion 

It Doesn’t Matter if Democracy is Incompatible with the Middle-East

This article is a response to an article by Osama Filali Naji claiming that democracy is compatible with the Middle East. *** 1. Introduction In The Social Contract, Jean-Jacques Rousseau would once complain that the people of England were enslaved until they voted, though they thought themselves free. Nonetheless, in modern democracies, the vote and the ability to participate remains the universal precipice for democratisation. Yet those other democratic principles we have come to valourise hold much importance in our emancipation for which we vote, though this view is not…

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The Dice Man by Luke Rinehart Book Review 

The Dice Man by Luke Rinehart

7/10 ‘The rules are all around you. The rules that stop you seducing your neighbour downstairs, that stop you hitting your boss, that stop you leaving your family and leaving the country. The rules that stop you living’. The Dice Man is a much appraised book published originally in 1971 at a time when literary satire was derived from the humanistic psychiatry work undertaken in the 1960s and 70s. The meaninglessness of contemporary American life was a popular issue with many authors who became noted for their irony and black…

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Arab Millennial Responds to Trump’s Ascension as President-Elect Press Release 

Arab Millennial Responds to Trump’s Ascension as President-Elect

Disclaimer: Arab Millennial (AM) is an information network. It does not have any political affiliation nor does it endorse any particular political party. Rather, AM’s objective is to provide information based on our analysis. With thanks to the rest of the AM team – Adam Gamaz, Shatha Sbeta and Linda Wesson – for their inputs into this press release. *** It may come as little surprise to our followers and stakeholders that Arab Millennial (AM) does not endorse the ascension of Donald Trump as President-elect of the United States: “AM…

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