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Reconciliation is Profitable

Why Reconciliation in Business Disputes?

In most business disputes, litigation leaves many issues unresolved and the losing party feels humiliated and defeated.

Reconciliation is a win-win paradigm as well as the most equitable resolution of a business dispute.

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501 Laws: The Law of Enlightenment

LAW #50.  Enlightenment effect: disorder Notes Humans need two things to see: eyes and light. “They kindled a fire to illuminate what was around them but suddenly lost their eyes.” Al-baqarah. The 18th-century enlightenment launched reason, scientific method, colonialism,… Read More

The Politics of Free Speech in Muslim Countries

Political speech, the most significant part of free speech, is anything but robust in most Muslim countries. Criticism of the government lies at heart of the political speech. Ordinary citizens and journalists must be free to criticize public officials,… Read More

The Persecution of Hazaras

Persecution, involving ethnic groups considered outsiders, is primarily of two kinds. In one kind, known as settler colonialism, an ethnic/racial group occupies territory and persecutes the native population. The U.S., Canada, Australia, Israel, and Latin America fall into this category. In the second kind, known as nativism, the native population persecutes a “foreign” ethnic group living in the country, sometimes for centuries. Gypsies in Europe, Rohingyas in Myanmar, and Hazaras in Afghanistan belong to this category. Each form of persecution is lethal and persists for centuries. scholarship for law school

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