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In this edition, we focus on Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s resignation and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s economic policy. John Bruton, the former Irish prime minister, examines how Britain has seen its place in the world from 1815 to 1955 and Jennifer Wider, a well-known doctor and contributing editor at Fair Observer, digs deeper into whether transgender athletes should compete in women’s sports.
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No – Not just Russian Imperialism Has Triggered War in Ukraine – Peter Isackson
This is Biden’s Inflation Plan‽ – Christopher Roper Schell
“The Lady Vanishes” But She Must Not – Ranjani Iyer Mohanty
US Supreme Court Decisions Highlight Ethical Concerns – Larry Beck
The Russia-Ukraine War Proves That We Must Define National Security Differently – Mark Cummings
How Britain Has Seen Its Place in the World from 1815 to 1955 – John Bruton
Sultan Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s Erdonomics is Driving Turkey to Disaster – Atul Singh
Italy, Europe, and the World Needed Super Mario to Stay On – Federica Fazio
Brains Explained: Vibration all the Way Down – William Softky
The Debate On Transgender Athletes Is Fundamentally About Fairness – Jennifer Wider