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  • Articles | Al Ain
    A Pakistani cab driver, a curious American with an interest in history and politics, and the topic of government


  • Journalesque | An angry mob
    But by the time I got to the coffee shop in the Memorial Tower Building it seemed as though the event was more on people's minds than I had originally anticipated. Even cups and saucers were thought to be too dangerous to circulate amidst the possibility of outright violence.


  • Articles | The future, as I see it
    Many see Africa as hopelessly underdeveloped, but perhaps we ought to consider it as the ideal blank canvas


  • Journalesque | Being in the Moment: Unpredicted Call
    At any moment may arrive a friend in need, a story to be shared, tears to be shed, fates considered. Own it.


  • Articles | If I Can't Dance to It, It's Not My Revolution
    Canoodling with the Anarchists


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