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"polarization"

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World - International
6/27/2024 11:31:18 AM
The United States eagerly anticipates the upcoming presidential debate between current President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump amid a highly charged atmosphere of unprecedented political polarization.

World - Region
1/15/2024 11:22:04 AM
Ambassador Maged Abdel-Fattah, the Arab League's permanent representative of the Arab League to the UN, discusses the persistent Israeli war on Gaza and challenges, efforts, and dynamics at the Security Council in an interview with Al-Ahram.

Opinion -
6/24/2023 12:39:31 PM
In a remarkable display of regional autonomy against a backdrop of international polarization, Egypt and India have emerged as exemplars of cooperation and understanding.

Opinion -
5/22/2023 2:10:00 PM
The quick consensus on Syria's return expresses the Arab will to end divisions over internal transformations and decline of the Arab Spring as a basis for polarization.

World - International
6/29/2022 1:30:29 PM
Tensions were high Wednesday in the western Indian city of Udaipur, a day after police arrested two Muslim men accused of slitting a Hindu tailor's throat and posting a video of it on social media, in a brutal attack representing a dramatic escalation of communal violence in a country riven by deep religious polarization.

World - Region
9/21/2021 8:12:41 PM
Speaking from the podium of the UN General Assembly, Sheikh Tamim stressed "the necessity of continuing dialogue with Taliban because boycott only leads to polarization and reactions."

World - International
3/27/2021 4:22:16 PM
The BJP has for years been accused of stoking religious polarization and discriminating against minorities, and faces stiff challenges in both states with nearly 30% Muslim population

World - International
10/31/2020 5:50:09 PM
The election takes place in a deeply divided country, with feelings so raw and polarization so pronounced that gun sales have surged in some areas and law enforcement agencies have made contingency plans for possible violence

World - International
11/18/2019 11:21:08 AM
Rajapaksa's landslide win split the nation of 21.6 million people on religious and ethnic lines as never before, seven months after deadly Islamist attacks rocked the country

Arts & Culture - Stage & Street
4/5/2012 11:06:26 AM
Censors in Thailand have banned a film based on Shakespeare's 'Macbeth', saying it could cause divisions in the country where an uneasy truce persists after years of sometimes bloody upheaval and political polarization

Opinion -
8/4/2011 10:22:07 AM
The implications of last Friday's show of force by the Salafists has to be read within the wider context of the limitations of the rest of the political forces now competing in Egypt