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In this edition, we focus on the war between Russia and Ukraine, including the ban on Russian sport. We also have articles on South Africa, India and Colombia.
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The Unthinkable: War Returns to Europe — Gary Grappo
Is Ukraine Likely to Join the EU Anytime Soon? — Sandra Bandemer
Should We Lift the Ban on Russian Sport? — Ellis Cashmore
South Africa’s Enforced Race Classification Mirrors Apartheid — Martin Plaut
No, the Ban on Russian Athletes Should Not Be Lifted — Hans-Georg Betz
Industrialization and Innovation Could Make the Indian Economy Takeoff — Aashish Chandorkar
COVID-19 Policies Carry Implications for South Korea’s Presidential Election — Timothy Rich, Andi Dahmer & Madelynn Einhorn
Fellow White Women, It’s Time to Talk About Feminism — Colleen Wynn & Elizabeth Ziff
Colombia Takes First Step in Joining Latin America’s Left Turn — Christoph Sponsel
Are Tamil Brahmins Finally Shifting Their Outlook on Caste? — S. Suresh