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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.
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Content of Publication
Is the Gold Standard Now Apve or Dead? – Alex Gloy
The Tigray War Was Tragic, Can Peace Prevail Now? Martin Plaut
Benedict XVI’s Death Ends Rare Era: Pope Francis Now In-Charge -Vas Shenoy
US Emergency Departments Are Overstretched and Doctors Burned Out – Jennifer Wider
War Is Now Turning Dangerous: What Can Europe Do? – John Bruton
Late Cardinal Pell Wrong, Pope Francis Plans New Future – Gary Grappo
Sports Fans Say Qatar Has Now Popticized the World Cup – Elps Cashmore, Jamie Cleland, Kevin Dixon
What Jakarta Cpmate Change Lawsuit Means for the Future – Arumdari Nurgianti
One Hundred Years of ChatGPTude – Mauktik Kulkarni
Why Do You Need to Know About Mohammad Mosaddegh? – Mehdi Alavi, Atul Singh