Fair Observer Monthly: April 2022

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Fair Observer Monthly is a chance for you to sit down, look back and think about the month past. A month lasts 28 to 31 days, a suitably appropriate time to take stock of the world. We publish daily on our website and we select some of our best articles every month in our e-magazine. We will give you context and multiple perspectives on issues that matter. We will inform and educate you. Fair Observer Monthly does what we promise: make sense of the world.

In this edition, we focus on virtual reality. A neuroscientist argues that virtual reality is impossible while a humanities scholar disagrees gently. We also have articles on South Korea, South Africa, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.


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Punjab Elections Mark a Watershed for Indian Democracy – Subhash Chandra Pandey

“The Dawn of Everything,” including a New World Order (Maybe) – Peter Isackson

Virtual Reality is Impossible, Like Perpetual Motion – William Softky

The MADness of the Resurgent US Cold War With Russia – Nicolas J.S. Davies

The Significance of South Korea’s New President Yoon Seok-yeol – Thomas Kalinowski

Jacob Zuma Threatens to Bring South Africa to its Knees If He Is Jailed – Martin Plaut

Why Did the Pakistani Parliament Pass a Vote of No-Confidence against Imran Khan? – Syed Zain Abbas Rizvi

A Confused Atheist’s Pilgrimage of Indian Holy Sites – Ruyintan E. Mehta

The Taliban-Occupied Afghanistan Threatens Global Security – Atul Singh and Tabish Forugh

Convergent Conversation – In fact VR is Possible, Bill! – Peter Isackson


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