Covid-19 confronts American exceptionalism By M.K. Bhadrakumar

10 April 2020 — Indian Punchline

The coronavirus-struck USS Theodore Roosevelt nuclear aircraft carrier went into ‘self-isolation’ in Guam base after disembarking 5000 sailors on board. File photo.

The greatness of the classical Greek tragedies lies in their humanising effect on the spectator or reader — “catharsis”, the purification or purgation of emotions, a metaphor first used by Aristotle in the Poetics to describe the effects of true tragedy on the mind.

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COVID-19: ‘It may turn out that the world has been deceived’ hints Russian Military Intelligence Agent

30 March 2020 — FRN

By Ekaterina Sazhneva

Ekaterina Sazhneva interviews renowned expert Alexander Evsin

Against the backdrop of the panic “We are all going to die!”, Terrifying revelations of doctors and patients, quarantined states and apocalyptic news from Italy, I want to hear the voice of common sense.

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US ‘Disinformation’ Claims Do Exactly What Enemies Are Accused of: Distract From Covid-19 Failures

10 April 2020 — FAIR

The official Covid-19 death toll in the United States continues to climb, now exceeding 14,000, with at least hundreds of thousands more infected. Under these circumstances, the federal government has found it opportune to reignite the “Fake News” scare, censuring two familiar foes: Russia and China.

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