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THE MATHEMATICAL BRIDGE . . . Between the covers

“Detective Inspector Eden Brooke trudged into Market Hill, the city’s great square, as snowflakes fell, thick and slow, each one a mathematical gem, seesawing down through the dead of night. 704 more words


Pakistan : An Enigma

Pakistan is not going to be a theocratic State – to be ruled by priests with a divine mission. We have many non-Muslims – Hindus, Christians, and Parsis – but they are all Pakistanis. 489 more words


What should Europe do with ISIS foreign fighters?

The case of British teenager and ISIS bride Shamima Begum and President Donald Trump saying Europe countries should take home their citizens that fought for ISIS  have renewed the debate what to do with the members of ISIS. 1,138 more words


What do you expect to be the most important trend in the future of technology, terrorism, and/or armed conflict in the rest of this century?

Here, we come to our final week of full discussions. After more than 2 years of work on the Technology, Terrorism, and Armed Conflict in the 21st Century research network, it is coming to an end in terms of regular material.  1,155 more words

21st Century Warfare

Until Next Pulwama?

Dear Prime Minister and Home Minister,

As an Indian soldier before I began to gather/place my thoughts on Pulwama incident, I  bowed my head in the memory of those killed at Pulwama at the same time hung my head in shame that we could not protect them by providing better equipment viz jammers etc in spite of known threat. 1,173 more words


Jag har svårt att förstå svensk lagstiftning som till synes utan problem låter IS terrorister med svenskt pass komma tillbaka till Sverige utan några som helst straffrättsliga påföljder. 163 more words

Violence need permanent fix!

Mankind saw many bloodbaths in its history wars were their almost since human race came into existence but with development in civilization wars became more avoidable through dialogues and treaties now there are conflicts not wars the most recent & longest conflict in my memory in which not a single person died is of Dutch-Scilly which was the longest because after dialogues in 1651AD the Dutch forgot that they declared war and when historians brought this to light that the war is still on papers the peace treaty was signed on April 17, 1986, thus ending the ‘phony war’ between the Dutch and the Scilly Isles. 845 more words