Kashmir: A Natural Paradise or a Man-made Hell? A Journey to Discover a Forgotten Perspective
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Kashmir: A Natural Paradise or a Man-made Hell? A Journey to Discover a Forgotten Perspective

By Hamza Latif Kashmir has been divided for decades. It has always been a region characterized by the diversity of its natural landscapes – from lush mountain valleys to glacial lakes. However, this image of a land solely of natural wonders has been constructed through propaganda, media, and misinformation by entities that are not Kashmiri….

Palestine, Apartheid and the International Criminal Court: Optimism or Caution?
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Palestine, Apartheid and the International Criminal Court: Optimism or Caution?

Israeli governments have resorted to discriminatory and oppressive policies towards the Palestinians in order to maintain a Jewish state in historic Palestine. It is the intention of this article to explore the historical and legal dimension of apartheid as a comparative lens in Israel-Palestine, with a particular focus on what this could mean for the current International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation into crimes against humanity committed by Israel in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT).

Panzer vor! Japanese anime and social memories of the Asia-Pacific War
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Panzer vor! Japanese anime and social memories of the Asia-Pacific War

Moe military is subgenre of a subculture in which these reflexive and seemingly dichotomous concepts of aggressor and pacifist break binaries and exist contiguously. Girls und Panzer and The Sky Crawlers sit squarely within this practice of myth making in the contemporary Japanese socio-historical consciousness.