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6 July 2020,
CJ Werleman considers the effect on the reputation of the superpower following the President's mishandling of the Coronavirus crisis, which has seen the US become the worst-hit country in the world
30 June 2020,
CJ Werleman speaks to Pakistan’s former Ambassador to the United Nations about India's Hindu nationalist ambitions in the disputed region
25 June 2020,
CJ Werleman argues that if the US President is a shape-shifting salesman, his customers bear responsibility for his deadly racism and bigotry
23 June 2020,
CJ Werleman explores why reports of Donald Trump's support for China's Uyghur Muslim camps is not surprising given the gap between the US' rhetoric and reality on it being the 'policeman of the world'
18 June 2020,
CJ Werleman reports on how violent right-wing extremists have been empowered further following the murder of George Floyd and the protests of the Black Lives Matter movement
16 June 2020,
CJ Werleman reports on a case being brought against the social media giant by The Gambia to uncover who was involved in Myanmar's mass murder of its Muslim minority
10 June 2020,
CJ Werleman argues that the New Gospel figure of compassion and fairness who inspired the Civil Rights movement could help Black Lives Matter combat the Christian Right
8 June 2020,
More than 50 years ago, Richard Nixon decided to deliberately vilify and disrupt black communities in America through his ‘War on Drugs’ – the consequences of which must be tackled if fresh calls for an end to racial injustice are to succeed
4 June 2020,
CJ Werleman explores how the right to bear arms and racial injustice in America have always been intertwined – a relationship which can be seen again in the reaction of gun advocates to Donald Trump's use of force against protestors now
1 June 2020,
With protests taking place across cities in America following the murder of George Floyd, CJ Werleman considers whether the country could descend into all-out conflict sparked by continuing racial injustice.
28 May 2020,
The COVID-19 pandemic has once again exposed what 'White America' believes to be of value in the US, argues CJ Werleman.
26 May 2020,
CJ Werleman explains how the tables have unfortunately been turned on American citizens as they experience the Coronavirus pandemic – and how it should open their eyes to the damage inflicted by their country elsewhere.
21 May 2020,
CJ Werleman reports on developments in Kashmir and fears that India's desires for ethnic cleansing in the area could result in dire consequences for the whole region.
18 May 2020,
CJ Werleman discusses a new poll which indicates sustained support for Donald Trump over COVID-19 and distrust of the country's top infectious disease expert – and where this lethal aversion to the truth among a sizable part of the population could lead.
11 May 2020,
CJ Werleman explores the Tesla CEO's contribution to discussions around the Coronavirus crisis and why his need for personal recognition in such times is dangerous.
6 May 2020,
As the US makes a rare admission of killing Somali civilians, CJ Werleman gathers eye witness accounts of a drone strike that may well have killed hundreds.
28 April 2020,
Despite Donald Trump making it central to his presidency, the success of the stock market bears no connection to the lives of nearly 90% of American citizens.
23 April 2020,
CJ Werleman reports on the escalation of Islamophobia in India during the COVID-19 pandemic.
20 April 2020,
CJ Werleman on the 'liberation' protests being held in some American states demanding an end to social distancing measures to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Coronavirus Crisis: India is Using COVID-19 to Advance its Hindu Settler Colonial Enterprise in Kashmir
15 April 2020,
With the world's attention on the Coronavirus pandemic, India's Government is introducing more draconian measures to advance its nationalist aims.
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