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Why Should the Right to Die Be Respected as Much as the Right to Live?

Why Should the Right to Die Be Respected as Much as the Right to Live?

When someone dies a “hero”, the individual is usually held in high regards by society. When one decides to determine their time of death with their own hands, they are instead frowned upon. Why is there a double standard upon the same concept – death? And why should society be more accepting to the idea of euthanasia and assisted suicide?

The Four Asian Tigers myth debunked

The Four Asian Tigers myth debunked

The rise of the Four Asian Tigers created a group of elite and wealthy nations in a region that previously struggled with development after World War Two. But was their rise really due to policy advantage?

The Blurred Lines

The Blurred Lines

The West has always maintained the right of people to govern themselves. What happens when they encounter traditions and cultures that they do not understand? And what happens when their practitioners become significant minorities in their countries?

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