The Truman Doctrine, which gave impetus to the practice of ‘regime change’ in countries that were perceived as being against the interests of the USA – or could threaten its interests – is alive and well today, and being practiced, but with modern tools. These include influence operations on the youth of target countries via […] The post Why The Protests In Iran Are Unlikely To Cause Regime Change For Now appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.
A long march has been in progress in Pakistan since almost a month, with the pivotal slogan of the marchers being “Haqeeqi Azadi” (true independence). Originally, the term “long march” dates back to a strategic journey of relocation by the founder of modern China i.e. Mao Zedong, in October 1934, from his base in the […] The post Missing Essentials Of The ‘Haqiqi Azadi’ Discourse appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.
Does art imitate life? Are artists political? Is art gendered? Does it have a voice that transcends physical boundaries? Does it have a feminist angle? These are the some of the questions that raced through my mind as I navigated my way across the ArtChowk Gallery to view Home Ground — a collection of work […] The post Romancing The Home appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.