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Nov 2, 2023

Unraveling the Role of Benevolence in Tackling Social Disparity and Inequity

In the ongoing battle to confront social disparity and injustice, philanthropic organisations have emerged as potent catalysts for transformation, discreetly weaving a fabric of optimism and advancement across society. The influence of philanthropies in addressing these pressing concerns is immeasurable. Through their unyielding dedication, unwavering resolve, and ceaseless exertions, philanthropic institutions assume a

Oct 31, 2023

The Role of Technology in Asian Politics: Navigating the Digital Age

In an era defined by the rapid advancement of technology, the landscape of politics across the globe has been profoundly transformed. Nowhere is this more evident than in the complex and dynamic continent of Asia. The fusion of politics and technology has given rise to new paradigms in governance, communication, and activism, challenging

Oct 30, 2023

Taliban: why China wants them as a friend and not as a foe

Tom Harper, University of East London The Taliban’s presence at the massive October jamboree in Beijiing to celebrate the 10th year of China’s ambitious trade plan, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), is part of Beijing’s regional strategy. This was one of only a handful of foreign visits made by the Taliban since

Oct 27, 2023

The Evolution of Charitable Giving: Emerging Trends and Innovations in the Philanthropic Sphere

In the perpetually evolving realm of philanthropy and benevolent contributions, maintaining a forward-thinking approach is imperative for entities and individuals aspiring to effectuate a substantial influence. In this exposition, we delve into the future of charitable giving, scrutinizing the most recent tendencies and pioneering innovations that are shaping the charitable domain. The Digital

Oct 20, 2023

The Blair Years

Title: The Blair Years Author: Alastair Campbell In “The Blair Years: Extracts from the Alastair Campbell Diaries”, the reader is offered an unfiltered passage through the corridors of British power at a time when the nation was undergoing tectonic shifts, both politically and culturally. Alastair Campbell — often regarded as the Machiavellian maestro