Jean Bricmont is professor of theoretical physics at the University of Louvain, Belgium. He is the author of Fashionable Nonsense: Postmodern Intellectuals' Abuse of Science (with Alan Sokal) and other political and scientific publications.
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Since the end of the Cold War, the idea of human rights has been made into a justification for intervention by the world's leading economic and military powers – above all, the United States – ...
Manisha Sethi is currently Fellow, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library. She teaches at the Centre for Comparative Religions and Civilizations, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She is also Associate E
R. Srivatsan is an independent scholar. He works on contemporary visual culture and political theory in India. His writings have appeared in Economic & Political Weekly and Public Culture.
Namit Arora is a Delhi-based writer, humanist and travel photographer. Arora chose a life of reading and writing after cutting short his career in the Internet industry.
Eva Golinger (born 19 February 1973) is an American-born lawyer who is now based in Venezuela.
John Callow is the chief librarian of the Marx Memorial Library. He is the author of several books including The King in Exile, The Making of James II and The Triumph and the Tragedy.
Truman Capote was born September 30, 1924, in New Orleans. After his parents' divorce, he was sent to live with relatives in Monroeville, Alabama. It was here he would meet his lifelong friend, the
Shahrnush Parsipur, born in Iran in 1946, began her career as a fiction writer and producer at Iranian National Television and Radio. Shortly after the publication of Women Without Men in 1989, Par