Unwanted second cousins patronise terrorism

The recent Bonn conference on the ‘Future of Afghanistan’ was an evocative illustration of how great tragedies of our age stem from economic disparities that are untreatable with military or political misadventures. How the great powers refuse to address inequality, the root cause of the age of terrorism, at any cost. Has it occurred to the reader that, almost exclusively,…

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Unwanted second cousins patronise terrorism

The recent Bonn conference on the ‘Future of Afghanistan’ was an evocative illustration of how great tragedies of our age stem from economic disparities that are untreatable with military or political misadventures. How the great powers refuse to address inequality, the root cause of the age of terrorism, at any cost. Has it occurred to the reader that, almost exclusively,…

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