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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The World This Week: Yes, It’s Complicated

Conflict in Yemen complicates negotiations between the US and Iran. The conflict in Yemen escalated this week. Shiite Houthi rebels seized Aden airport and tightened their grip on the southern port...Written by: Atul Singh

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The World This Week: It’s the Economy, Stupid

A global slowdown is in the offing as big beasts of the world economy stumble. Newspapers in the United States and Britain are still theorizing about Prime Minister Binyamin “Bibi” Netanyahu’s...Written by: Atul Singh

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The World This Week: Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows

Republican senators in the US and hard-line mullahs in Iran have made common cause against prospects of peace. Who would have imagined that clean cut white Christians in the US Senate would hop into...Written by: Atul Singh

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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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