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This month, our 15 articles are as interesting as ever. Alan Waring and John Broadway argue that the Conservative Party now runs an elected dictatorship in the UK. Former Irish Prime Minister John Bruton makes the case that the world needs the US and China to talk while Harvard’s William H. Overholt says US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s visit to China will not stop the slide to war. Shermeen Yousuf analyzes the insidious corruption in Iraq and Mustafa Sourush explains why the Taliban cannot change. Editor-in-Chief Atul Singh and Contributing Editor Manu Sharma explain why India’s cities are in a terrible state and Mudit Jain, an industrialist who has run factories for decades, explains why Indian manufacturing is struggling. Also, Davor Džalto rakes the West over the coals over the lack of democracy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Professor Josep Colomer posits that recent Spanish elections might lead to another minority Frankenstein government and Gary Grappo, the former chair of Fair Observer and a retired US ambassador, explains why US President Joe Biden has delayed his invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. As you can see, few can compete with the diversity of voices we publish. To view the world through many prisms, read this July edition.
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Content of Publication
Elective Dictatorship: The Plot by Britain’s Radical Conservatives – Alan Waring, John Broadway
The World Needs the US and China to Talk – John Bruton
Combating Fake Information in the Era of Generative AI² – Stephen Marcinuk
Sending Blinken to China Won’t Interrupt the Slide Toward War – William H. Overholt
The Truth About the Insidious Government Corruption in Iraq – Shermeen Yousif
Is Privacy Such a Good Thing? – Ellis Cashmore
Here Is Why the Taliban Cannot Change – Mustafa Suroush
A Secure Eastern Border Depends on the Stability of NATO Member States – Cristian Gherasim
Overlapping Legacies: Vedic India and Ancient Greece in Conversation – Vikram Zutshi
Caste and Party: A Volatile Mix in Karnataka – Shishira Maiya
India’s Urban Middle Class Craves Better Quality of Life – Atul Singh, Manu Sharma
Here Is Why Indian Manufacturing Is Struggling – Mudit Jain
The Truth about Western Values in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Davor Džalto
Must Spain Cobble Together Another Frankenstein Government? – Josep Colomer
What’s Behind Biden’s Delayed Invitation to Netanyahu? – Gary Grappo