A week after Myanmar’s genocidal military overthrew its government, Putin violently cracked down on dissent, and the BBC released yet another harrowing report on the evils taking place inside China’s “re-education centres,” the squabbling West seems incapable to respond.
Western sports’ two most powerful figures to have publicly criticised the Chinese Communist Party were met with hostility – and not just from China, but their own employers. Now, a contest looms. Mesut Özil has, in all likelihood, played his last game for Arsenal Football Club. At first glance, the rapid fall from grace ofContinue reading “Money vs. Morals”
Two days ago I was denied entry to the United States. This is my account of what happened: I have lived predominantly in America for over six and a half years now. I moved to New York City aged fifteen, and then to Amherst, Massachusetts for my first three years of University. On Tuesday, IContinue reading “Two Days Ago…”
I wanted to grow up there, To have N.Y.C D.N.A. When I left with only a taster I felt cheated, sentenced to a life thereafter Suspended in limbo. When I’ve returned to New York since I have done so with lofty expectations: Now I am back where I want to be. Now I amContinue reading “New York”