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M Zeb Khan
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  • August 17, 2017

    The power paradox

    Does power really corrupt people? Why is it that people who acquire power after huge sacrifices succumb to the dictates of power and lose it to...

  • July 12, 2017

    When states fail

    State failure is man-made and not predestined for some nations. States do not fail or fall primarily because they are poor in natural endowments or...

  • March 25, 2017

    Expecting honesty

    Every time there was a village festival, I would visit it with a deep yearning to see the much-talked about fight between a snake and a mongoose...

  • March 08, 2017

    The screen culture

    The digital age has brought in its wake a fundamentally new culture which, among other things, has introduced us to technology and redefined our...

  • March 03, 2017

    Swallowing the bait

    Fighting terrorism is a high-stake war and cannot be won by any one organ of the state or a section of society. Casting aspersions on each other and...

  • February 27, 2017

    Living differently

    As a nation, we can survive the savagery of terrorists, the heinous conspiracies of outside agencies, and even an external aggression by any...

  • February 15, 2017

    Missing the relevance

    Knowledge is intrinsically valuable as it satisfies our innate urge to know about ourselves and our surroundings. It has extrinsic worth too; it...

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