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Dr Murad Ali
Dr Murad Ali

The writer holds a PhD from Massey University, New Zealand and was a Humboldt fellow at the German Development Institute at Bonn. He teaches at the University of Malakand.

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  • February 20, 2018

    No guns, only roses

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    Falling for fake news

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    A candid dialogue

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    Aid, appeasement and strategic assets

    President Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital is an unprecedented step and has been considered “a major break with his...

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