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"Environment, Law and Democracy in India," K Sivaramakrishnan

“A talk by K Sivaramakrishnan at Azim Premji University 16 November, 2011 Note on the speaker: K. Sivaramakrishnan is Professor of Anthropology and Forestry a...”
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Pope Francis invited to address a joint session of Congress

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This story has been updated. Congressional leaders have invited Pope Francis to address a joint session of Congress during his expected visit to the United States next year.
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Neither Heroes, Nor Villains: A Conversation with Talal Asad on Egypt After Morsi

Neither Heroes, Nor Villains: A Conversation with Talal Asad on Egypt After Morsi | Science | Scoop.it
After the military intervention on 3 July in Egypt, some commentators have claimed that what we have witnessed on 3 July is a strategic effort on the part of the Egyptian army to contain revolutionary forces within Egypt—more specifically, that the army was forced to intervene by a popular uprising which it wanted to contain. Others have claimed that the Egyptian army was supporting the uprising against President Mohamad Morsi in some sincere fashion, or that what we have seen in early July is a continuation of the 2011 revolution. Yet others have insisted that what we have witnessed is an outright coup d'état against a democratically elected president. What is your interpretation of this debate?
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