Fair Observer Monthly: January 2022





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In this edition, we focus on the tension in Ukraine and Russia. We also have articles on Montenegro, the Maghreb and the metaverse.

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The Global Climate Crisis Is the New Frontier of Justice — Andreas Rechkemmer 

For Vladimir Putin, Survival Is All That Matters — Ian McCredie 

Is Afghanistan Going to Break Apart? — Tabish Forugh & Atul Singh

Former Austrian President Heinz Fischer Talks to Fair Observer — Kourosh Ziabari & Heinz Fischer

The Real Message of Adam McKay’s “Don’t Look Up” — Peter Isackson

Welcome to the Metaverse: The Peril and Potential of Governance — Benjamin Verdi 

Creating Better Working Conditions in America — Colleen Wynn, Heidi Ewen & Karen Newman 

When Will Montenegro’s Dreams of Joining the EU Become Reality? — Djordje Radulovic

From the Maghreb to the East, Poking the EU Has an MO — Roberto Ayala & Glenn Ojeda Vega

In Ukraine, More Than European Peace Is at Stake — Jack Gill & Sebastian Schäffer


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