Fair Observer

Fair Observer is a US-based nonprofit media organization that aims to inform and educate global citizens of today and tomorrow. We provide context, analysis and multiple perspectives on world news, politics, economics, business and culture. Our online journal is recognized by the US Library of Congress with International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) 2372-9112. We have a crowdsourced journalism model that combines a wide funnel with a strong filter. This means that while anyone can write for us, every article we publish has to meet our editorial guidelines. Already, we have more than 1,700 contributors from over 50 countries, including former prime ministers and Nobel laureates, leading academics and eminent professionals, journalists and students.

The Greatest Show on Earth

Jun 27, 2019

As the FIFA Women’s World Cup takes center stage this summer, we look at the history of the men’s finals.

The Last of the Summer Wine

Jun 27, 2018

Not only is the world feeling the effects of climate change, we are beginning to taste it, too. Even though the effects of climate change may not seem so immediate, its ramifications are becoming more noticeable. The rise in temperature is bringing a change to one of the world’s most beloved products: wine. The Intergovernmental … Continue reading "Joe Biden’s History on Busing for School Integration"

How the Selfie Became an Obsession

Jun 21, 2018

Warning: the person in the selfie may not be as happy as they look. Millennials are known for their obsession with “selfies.” Every day, hours and hours are spent on smartphones, leaving many of us wondering how this narcissistic fad even started. Social media networks are wildly popular. According to a Pew survey, nearly two-thirds … Continue reading "Joe Biden’s History on Busing for School Integration"

Locking Up America in the War on Addiction

May 08, 2018

The US incarcerates more people than any other nation, and it’s not making citizens any safer. Prison rates in the US are the highest in the world, with over 2.3 million people incarcerated — a 500% increase from over the past four decades. Of those arrests, people struggling with drug addiction are often unjustly criminalized. … Continue reading "Joe Biden’s History on Busing for School Integration"

The Anti-Immigration Government in Hungary

Apr 24, 2018

Anti-immigration rhetoric is running rampant across the globe, and Hungary’s prime minister is holding one of the many loudspeakers in the conversation. Ahead of a parliamentary poll on April 8, tens of thousands of people attended a rally in Budapest, where Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was campaigning for re-election as a member of Fidesz, … Continue reading "Joe Biden’s History on Busing for School Integration"

Women in America Are Still Fighting for Equal Pay

Apr 18, 2018

In America, the gender wage gap continues to loom over the economy. Women in America make 22% less per hour than men. The rate of women in employment is rising and there are more female graduates than male, yet a wage gap still exists in 2018. On Equal Pay Day in the US, which took … Continue reading "Joe Biden’s History on Busing for School Integration"

The Choice Between Medical Care or Deportation

Apr 08, 2018

The Trump administration’s attack on immigrants has left them with a difficult choice: medical aid or deportation. As US President Donald Trump ramps up his anti-immigration rhetoric, undocumented migrants in America live in constant fear of deportation. Since Trump was inaugurated, the Department of Homeland of Security (DHS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have … Continue reading "Joe Biden’s History on Busing for School Integration"

What Is VUCA World and Whom Does It Benefit?

Apr 01, 2018

Increasing risks enable data analysis companies to make fortunes by interpreting information and managing risks. Political analysts have adopted new jargon to get people to pay attention to them. Going where no bald men have gone before, they warn of a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world that might affect top lines and bottom … Continue reading "Joe Biden’s History on Busing for School Integration"

The World’s Coldest Capital Is the Most Polluted

Mar 31, 2018

The Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar is the world’s most polluted. People often overlook Ulaanbaatar, not knowing where or what it is, but its environmental crisis is one that cannot be ignored. As Mongolia’s capital and largest city, Ulaanbaatar — or Ulan Bator — is home to more than 1.31 million people, making up nearly half … Continue reading "Joe Biden’s History on Busing for School Integration"

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