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The AI Wars

The AI Wars

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by Allegra Harpootlian and Emily Manna Here’s a question worth asking about America’s seemingly endless global conflicts: if you kill somebody and there’s no one there (on our side anyway), is the United States still at war? That may prove to...
‘From Him we have come and to Him we will return’. This is what the Holy Scriptures declare. This return is a shared faith between believers and non-believers alike! One is intrigued with the phenomenon of birth and death...
The situation around in the country is hilarious and the monkey business is rife with that constant alibi, that there is presence of method in this madness! Is this a sanctioned course by the people of Pakistan, that Institutions...
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will not ink the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Iran, rather it will first prefer to make Preferential Trade agreement (PTA), which is already effective since long and giving the required dividends, Adviser to the Prime Minister...
By APP BEIJING: Gwadar Port free zone would be modelled after the Shekou Industrial Zone in Shenzhen, China, comprising a port, an industrial park, and residential and business areas. Once completed, the free zone will spur economic growth in Balochistan as well as...
by Mustafa Gurbuz The outcome of Turkey’s local elections has surprised many analysts and frustrated the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), which had dominated the Turkish media and benefited from massive state resources for its campaign. President Recep Tayyip...
by Ben Armbruster Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pushed the Trump administration’s campaign for regime change and possible war with Iran during a Senate hearing on Wednesday by continuing to promote a dubious link between Iran and al-Qaeda. In turn, he refused...
Dr. M. Javad Zarif, the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, today stated, “Secretary Pompeo and other U.S. officials—who have with their economic terrorism endeavored to target each and every Iranian, and even to tried obstruct efforts by expatriate Iranians to make donations to the accounts of the Iranian Red Crescent—are...
by James M. Dorsey For Gulf leaders, long-overdue economic reforms were never going to be easy. Leaders like the crown princes of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, Mohammed bin Salman and Mohammed bin Zayed, quickly discovered that copying China’s...
by Paul R. Pillar Almost a year after President Trump reneged on U.S. commitments in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), otherwise known as the Iran nuclear deal, there is not the slightest sign that this move is achieving...
by Rebecca Gordon Events just fly by in the ever-accelerating rush of Trump Time, so it’s easy enough to miss important ones in the chaos. Paul Manafort is sentenced twice and indicted a third time! Whoosh! Gone! The Senate agrees with the House that the...
by James M. Dorsey Many have framed the battle lines in the geopolitics of the emerging new world order as the 21st century’s Great Game. It’s a game that aims to shape the creation of a new Eurasia-centered world, built...
After Hanoi

After Hanoi

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by John Feffer Donald Trump was supposed to break all the rules when it came to North Korea. He agreed to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un face to face twice, when none of his predecessors were willing to...
The medium of exchange is not a commodity and that is the Islamic basis of viewing money anywhere. The clerics that have supported this printed-paper regime, as a commodity, over decades have in effect partnered with colonists in time...