Fair Observer Monthly: June 2021





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In this edition, we focus on abortion in Northern Ireland and the United States. We also have articles on the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, Central American migrants and Hong Kong.

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Can Dyslexia Be an Asset? — John Manzella

Growing LGBTI+ Hate Shows the UN’s Need to Adapt — James Jennion 

How the Radical Right Bullied Professors in 1920s Austria — Roland Clark

Why Do So Many Athletes Have Mental Health Issues? — Ellis Cashmore

Joe Biden Faces Many Challenges in Latin America — Leonardo Vivas

The Reality of Abortion in Northern Ireland — Julia Canney

The US Must Commit to Protecting Central Americans — Yael Schacher & Rachel Schmidtke

Joe Biden Meets Afghanistan’s Leaders as the Country Faces Collapse — Tabish Forugh & Atul Singh

The Issue of Abortion Is a Litmus Test for the American Catholic Church — Gary Grappo 

Young People Are the Key to Reconciling China and Hong Kong — Zoe Leung & Eric Yang


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