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Arundhati Roy

Arundhati Roy

Arundhati Roy was born in 1959 in Shillong, India. She studied architecture in New Delhi, where she now lives, and has worked as a film designer, actor, and screenplay writer in India. Her most recent book, a novel, is: "The Ministry of Utmost Happiness." Her other books include: "Listening to Grasshoppers: Fields Notes on Democracy," "The God of Small Things," and "The End of Imagination."

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From Our Post-9/11 Archives: "The Algebra of Infinite Justice"

It will be a pity if, instead of using this as an opportunity to try to understand why September 11 happened, Americans use it as an opportunity to usurp the whole world's sorrow to mourn and avenge only their own.

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U.S. Attack on Iran Would Be "Biggest Mistake It Has Ever Made"

Over these last few years, given the wars it has waged and the international treaties it has arbitrarily reneged on, the U.S. government perfectly fits its own definition of a rogue state

Arundhati Roy ·


Kashmir Is Potentially The Flashpoint For A Future Nuclear War

Narendra Modi has demonstrated to the world that Kashmir is potentially the most dangerous place on earth, the bestselling Indian author wrote

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Capitalism’s Real Gravediggers

Beware the ‘Gush-Up Gospel’ Behind India’s Billionaires

Arundhati Roy ·


We Are All Occupiers

People the world over salute the Occupy movement for standing up to injustice and fighting for equality at the heart of empire

Arundhati Roy ·

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