“Sectarian” in the news
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The New York Times
· Socialists Don't Want Joe Biden to Lose →
Michael Harrington, the founder of the Democratic Socialists of America, used to say that radicals had to walk a perilous tightrope — they risked teetering off into the abyss of conventional politics on the one side or falling to sectarian irrelevance on the other.
The China Post
· Lebanon crisis brings mixed legacy for central bank governor →
Salameh, a Maronite Christian like all central bank governors under Lebanon’s sectarian power-sharing system, took the post in 1993, three years after Lebanon’s 15-year civil war ended.
· Excerpts: When Afghanistan was still considered the 'just war' →
The cycle of conflict that began in 2001 was underlaid by previous years of ethnic strife and sectarian violence, which resurfaced after the defeat of the Taliban [in 2001].