Dr. Arshad M. Khan

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Dr. Arshad M. Khan is a former Professor based in the US. Educated at King's College London, OSU and The University of Chicago, he has a multidisciplinary background that has frequently informed his research. Thus he headed the analysis of an innovation survey of Norway, and his work on SMEs published in major journals has been widely cited. He has for several decades also written for the press: These articles and occasional comments have appeared in print media such as The Dallas Morning News, Dawn (Pakistan), The Fort Worth Star Telegram, The Monitor, The Wall Street Journal and others. On the internet, he has written for Antiwar.com, Asia Times, Common Dreams, Counterpunch, Countercurrents, Dissident Voice, Eurasia Review and Modern Diplomacy among many. His work has been quoted in the U.S. Congress and published in its Congressional Record.

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When Civilians Become Cannon Fodder: War And Peace In The Middle East

There was a time when attacking civilians was considered a war crime.  It quickly disappeared from thought in WW2 when bombing began to flatten...

We Are All Closer Than We Think! 

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Art Treasures And Where They Belong

The British Museum in London is famous for many of its exhibits.  It is also visual evidence of an era when Britain was the...

Towards A Better World: Our Senses and How Artificial Intelligence is Replicating Them

Our five senses help us perceive the world around us.  The sense of touch, for example, can bring loved ones closer but, on a...

Dire Consequences in Failing the Climate Change Goals

It is not as if they have closely missed their goals; it is as if they have not even been trying.  The new Oxfam...

The Annual G20 Meeting is Hosted by India

The G20 Summit, slated for this weekend in New Delhi, is usually a quiet affair.  Most meetings are attended by finance ministers and central...

Who Wouldn’t Want a Longer and Healthier Life

Given the option of a longer, healthier life, who would not want to take it?  There are indeed places where a high proportion of...

The Insidious Ways of Plastic Pollution

Dr. Arshad M. Khan and Meena Miriam Yust There is something about plastic pollution that seems almost insidious.  No matter where we go, land or...

Wildfires And Floods on a Raging Planet

Dr. Arshad M. Khan and Meena Miriam Yust Fanned by the strong winds of distant Hurricane Dora, the several spontaneous wildfires of Mauri spread at...

Is U.S. Influence Waning in The Cauldron of Middle East Politics?

When Iran and Saudi Arabia resumed diplomatic relations in March after seven years, the power broker was, not the US, but China.  Waning US...

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