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The British people and their politicians face a daunting task of creating a democratic balance amidst the worst political crisis facing their country since the end of the Second World War. Fashion giant Dolce and Gabbana’s latest ad campaign to woo more buyers in China has backfired.
The company distributed a video featuring a Chinese model, giggling and garbed in D&G’s latest designs. It will not be an exaggeration to say that the American society is hopelessly divided on the issue of immigration.
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It sounds awful to admit – and no doubt my entire family is currently reading this in horror – but it’s true.
Political events this week have highlighted the fact that China has an insatiable desire for penetrating the markets of the European Union, thereby trying to reduce the influence of the United States in Europe. I have no intention of maliciously modifying the relevant topics worth debating in an election year in India.
But I have a humble request to stay calm and collected, keeping the broader picture in view…
And relationships like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s prove on a wider level that things are changing: future royals could be a quarter black. I regularly write feminist articles, and have published two comic novels – Virgin and Not at Easy – all about young women exploring their sexuality and, shock horror, their vaginas.
Mind the gap will try to analyse events in India seen from a Scandinavian perspective.