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In keeping with the precedent we set in February, we have broken the 10-article limit again. In this edition, we chose 14 articles for your perusal. As in the past, we examine history deeply again. John Bruton, a former prime minister of Ireland and Fair Observer adviser, examines British and Irish history of a century ago. Young historian Tripurdaman Singh explains the controversial legacy of Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first prime minister. We publish Finnish author Joy Hyvarinen on how Finland’s new laws to boost security might be eroding the rule of law itself. We also publish young Indian medical student Maanas Jain, Venezuelan scholar of politics Leonardo Vivas and Spanish professor Josep Colomer on exquisitely interesting topics. Make sense of a consequential month by reading this edition.
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Content of Publication
An Egyptian Poet’s Quest for Ultimate Truth in the Sahara – Vikram Zutshi
A Full View of Britain and Ireland a Century Ago – John Bruton
Launching Into the Lasting (Controversial) Legacy of Nehru – Vikram Zutshi, Tripurdaman Singh
Finland’s New Laws to Boost Security Erode Rule of Law – Joy Hyvarinen
The Important Difference Between Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia – Roberta Artemisia Campani
Who Broke the Silicon Valley Bank and What Now – Alex Gloy
National Security: The Sikh State of North America – Rohan Bedi
Oil Now Makes Our Dollar-Based Global Economy Inflammable – Alex Gloy
How I Got Students to Accept ChatGPT as a New Classmate – Peter Isackson
Iran Has History of Persecuting Minorities: Might This Change Now? – Ramyar Hassani
Special OBGYN Experience Makes Indian Medical Student Reflect – Maanas Jain
Powerful Hugo Chávez’s Toxic Legacy Haunts Venezuela – Leonardo Vivas
Are We Now Seeing the Last Days of Heterosexuality? – Ellis Cashmore
The US Needs External Enemies to Overcome Internal Division – Josep Colomer