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Karunesh Tuli, Book Reviewer

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Farewell to the World

by Karunesh Tuli

Several centuries of research trace the various motives behind suicide—some trivial, others political, but always tragic and disheartening. Suicide is a grim subject. Yet to artful writers, it offers not only tense moments and drama... Read More

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Life Interrupted

by Karunesh Tuli

Moving portraits of human trafficking and hard labor amongst immigrants in the US absorb and inspire. In recent years, numerous books have appeared on the subject of human trafficking, many of which highlight the sex industry. In "Life... Read More

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Lijiang Stories

by Karunesh Tuli

Years after the death of Chairman Mao Tse-tung, taxi drivers in China began displaying laminated pictures of the Great Helmsman in their vehicles. Believing that his image possessed magical powers that otherwise belonged to local... Read More

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Under the Drones

by Karunesh Tuli

During a visit to a commander who controlled provinces in northern Afghanistan, a Pakistani journalist spotted blood and chunks of flesh in the courtyard. He was told that the commander had just handed out punishment to a soldier. For... Read More

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Postscripts

by Karunesh Tuli

Hiking up to the summit of Cadillac Mountain in Maine, Robert Root carried a picture of Sanford Robinson Gifford’s mid-nineteenth-century painting The Artist Sketching at Mount Desert, Maine. In the picture, a lone figure sits on a... Read More

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