By Beth Bailey
In 2018, the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) filed a class-action suit against the U.S. government for failing to adhere to the nine-month processing turnaround promised in special immigrant visa…
https://thatsenough.info/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/6-6.jpg398590Editorial Teamhttps://thatsenough.info/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/cropped-logo-1.pngEditorial Team2023-03-19 05:23:162023-03-19 05:26:01Opinion: US continues to fail Afghan allies needing rescue
By Rachel Fumilayo Lawal
In 2022, American forces pulled out of Afghanistan, ending the decades-long war in the region. However, the conflict spans far beyond 20 years.
American armed forces were withdrawn from Afghanistan on Aug. 30,…
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by Alind Chauhan
On February 15, 1989, the Soviet Union (USSR) withdrew the last of its troops from Afghanistan, ending its nine-year occupation of the country. The conflict is estimated to have led to the deaths of around a million civilians,…
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By H. F. Chacon Jr.
Are we living through another Cold War? In replacement of the Soviets, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have become our main adversary, and as the spheres of influence grow further and further apart, our hostility…
https://thatsenough.info/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/9-scaled.jpeg17072560Editorial Teamhttps://thatsenough.info/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/cropped-logo-1.pngEditorial Team2023-02-13 05:33:262023-02-13 05:33:27Opinion: America’s refusal to show military supremacy will be our downfall
by James R. Webb
There are a host of reasons, backed by historical examples, why sending more and more advanced weapons into Ukraine will not be a panacea. In fact, sending them might boomerang against the U.S. at some point. This is…
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by Touqir Hussain
Both sides are keen to move forward after a decade of contentious engagement that brought the relationship to one of its lowest points in history.
US.-Pakistan relations are on the mend. It isn’t clear how…
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By Editorial Team
Guantanamo Bay prison, the American prison situated on the Cuban island, has turned 21 on January 12. It has been a symbol of arbitrary arrest and denial of justice as most of its 800 prisoners, all of them Muslim men,…
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Source: The Print Editorial
China’s plan of reviving its relationship and extracting benefits from the Afghan Taliban seems to be fading away, especially after the recent explosion of the ‘Kabul Hotel’, which is seen as an attack…
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By Graeme Smith
Afghanistan is strangely calm in the aftermath of war. Behind the shuttered Canadian embassy in Kabul, where checkpoints used to protect against Taliban attacks, a Taliban fighter now waves traffic past the roadblocks…
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By GT staff reporters
How many evils have been committed in the name of democracy?
Exporting wars, launching "color revolutions," fomenting extremist ideologies, and promoting economic instability...the US has left countless trails of…
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