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 the first edition of 2023, we published a diverse set of authors on interesting topics. An independent German investment professional examines the gold standard. The former BBC Africa editor Martin Plaut examines the prospects for peace in Tigray. An American doctor and public intellectual Jennifer Wider shines the light on how emergency departments in the US are overstretched and doctors are burned out. The former Irish prime minister John Bruton muses about the Russia-Ukraine War. The Catholic Church, Indonesia’s courts, ChatGPT and Iranian leader Mohammad Mosaddegh also come under the spotlight.
- Will Popular Protests Destroy Iran’s Islamic Regime? – James Denton
- The Truth About Crypto: It Is Scarily Untrustworthy – William Softky
- Should We Now Have the Right to Die? – Roberta Artemisia Campani
- How Real African Solutions Now Overcome African Problems – Martin Plaut
- The World Now Needs the India-Led G20 to Succeed – Kanwal Sibal, Vikram Sood
- Scary CIA-MI6 Coup Destroyed Iran and Damaged the World – Mehdi Alavi, Atul Singh
- What You Need to Know About Taiwan and Semiconductors – Atul Singh
- Why Don’t Football Fans and Arab Sheikhs Love Each Other? – Ellis Cashmore
- The Great Gold Rush: Central Banks in Frenzy – Alex Gloy
- Make Sense of the Old and New Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict – Atul Singh
- What You Need to Know About Poland’s Tortured Past – John Bruton
- Democracy is Now Dangerously Fracturing in Lebanon – Steven Howard