Atul Singh is the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Fair Observer. Singh did an MBA with a triple major in finance, strategy and entrepreneurship at the Wharton School; he worked as a corporate lawyer in London; studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford on the Radhakrishnan Scholarship; debated extensively at the Oxford Union; and led special operations as an elite officer in India’s volatile border areas. He has also been a poet, playwright, sportsman, mountaineer and a founder of many organizations. Singh’s knowledge is eclectic, and his friends often joke that it comes in handy when access to Google is limited.

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Make Sense of the Month: Radical Islam, Peace and Power

Unemployment, inequality and segregated ghettos create powerful breeding grounds for radicalism. Three developments were of particular importance in February. First, turmoil continued in the Middle...Written by: Atul Singh

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The World This Week: Marx Returns From the Grave

Misjudgment and poor policy choices have led to the Greek crisis and Ukrainian conflict. Yanis Varoufakis, the Greek finance minister, has become a bit of a cult figure and even a sex icon. With his...Written by: Atul Singh

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The World This Week: Peace, Violence and Scandal

Putin has responded with characteristic ruthlessness as Russian prestige has taken a thrashing over the last few months. After protracted coffee-fueled all-night negotiations in Minsk, Ukraine has a...Written by: Atul Singh

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The World This Week: Democracy is Messy

This week, three Latin American countries are under the spotlight. For years, countries in Latin America were ruled by military dictators. Finally, democracy is taking root. Now, these countries are...Written by: Atul Singh

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