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03
Jul

Homo Sacer Australis

Australia’s recent changes to legislation, allowing the government to revoke the citizenship of dual nationals fighting with terrorist organisations abroad, is misguided and could further imperil the…

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22
Jun

Big Walls

Big men build big walls. Walls to separate nations. Walls to make people feel safe. Walls to exclude the other. Walls to make sure we never…

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30
May

Varanasi Journal

01.12.12 Walked almost the entire length of the Ghats today, including the aptly named ‘Burning Ghats’, where the funeral pyres burn 24hrs a day. The wood used…

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23
May

The Grass is Greener

I recently read a brief article on a website called Democratic Paper, wherein the author argues that the western media seems to want to paint a…

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03
Feb

Heraclitus, Ikiru and Storytelling

"He saw that the water continually flowed and flowed and yet it was always there; it was always the same and yet every moment it was…

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05
Jan

Thar Desert Journal

12.11.12 We are back in Jaisalmer after riding camels in the Thar Desert for four days. We came back a day early because Leon got heat…

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