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Will Evo Morales Win Again in Bolivia?

Will Evo Morales Win Again in Bolivia?

by    Javiera Alarcon

Evo Morales’ re-election bid will be a referendum on his current administration. Evo Morales, the president of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, is currently in his 13th year in office, with aspirations of remaining until 2025. He is the longest consecutively serving head of state in Latin America, whose expert deployment of clientelism has continued to Read More

McDonald’s, Monopoly and the Culture of Addiction

McDonald’s, Monopoly and the Culture of Addiction

by    Peter Isackson

McDonald’s built a successful business out of standardized products and strictly limited customer choice, but believes that choice is at the core of its culture. The UK’s deputy leader of the Labour Party, Tom Watson, has made headlines by publicly denouncing McDonald’s for the latest version of its monopoly competition — a clear case of Read More

Has Iran Violated the Nuclear Deal?

Has Iran Violated the Nuclear Deal?

by    Raman Ghavami

In an interview, the head of Iran’s atomic agency seems to have suggested Tehran has used the JCPOA to develop its nuclear capabilities. On February 18, the head of Britain’s MI6 intelligence agency visited Israel to discuss Iran’s nuclear activity. Amid concerns that Tehran may be preparing to breach the conditions of the 2015 agreement, the Read More

Education Has Always Opened Doors

Education Has Always Opened Doors

by    Kourosh Ziabari and Garnett Stokes

In this edition of The Interview, Fair Observer talks to Garnett Stokes, president of the University of New Mexico. New Mexico is the fifth largest state in the US. It borders Mexico to the south, its capital is Santa Fe and its largest city is Albuquerque. The state is known for many reasons, including the Read More

MBS Gave the Green Light to Silence Dissenters

MBS Gave the Green Light to Silence Dissenters

by    Peter Isackson

Saudi Arabia conducts its most ambitious campaigns in the darkest secrecy. The Daily Devil’s Dictionary explains. According to US officials cited by The New York Times, “Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia authorized a secret campaign to silence dissenters — which included the surveillance, kidnapping, detention and torture of Saudi citizens — over a Read More

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