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As in April, we have chosen 15 articles for you. As you can see, we have increased the number of articles in our monthly magazine. We are publishing more content and, we believe, more interesting content as well. In this edition, young Anton Schauble writes about the need for flexibility in the US political system. Amending the constitution has become so hard that it has failed to keep up with the times. Youssef Igrouane examines the troubled relations between Spain and Algeria. The veteran Ellis Cashmore questions whether the rainbow of inclusivity has become a new tyranny. Ranjani Iyer Mohanty reflects on long diseases in the aftermath of long Covid and former US ambassador Gary Grappo looks at Israel after 75 years of existence. The usual suspects—former Irish prime minister John Bruton, German economist Alex Gloy and editor-in-chief Atul Singh—muse about history, economics and geopolitics. Others share their pearls of wisdom too. So, to make sense of May, read this monthly edition.
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Content of Publication
From Upstart to Start-Up Nation, Israel at 75 Faces New Challenges – Gary Grappo
“We need help from God,” Say Migrants in Paris Camps – Isabella Crispino
India’s G20 Summit in Kashmir Is a Big Deal – Sajid Yousuf Shah
Bottom Line: Erdoğan’s Reign Is Not Over – Nathaniel Handy
India Boldly Asserts Independence with New Technology – Wes Kussmaul
The US Must Act Now To Overcome Chinese Cyber Threat – Zachary Wright, Amelia Snyder
Long Covid Shines Spotlight Now on Other Long Diseases – Ranjani Iyer Mohanty
New 21st Century World Order: Nation State vs Civilizational State – James M. Dorsey
Why Royalty Still Works in the UK and Elsewhere – Nathaniel Handy
Will Democracy Survive the Rise of China? – Dr. Reza Parchizadeh
Has the Rainbow of Inclusivity Now Become a Tyranny? – Ellis Cashmore
How to Interpret India’s Kashmir G20 Meeting – Aniket Bhavthankar
The New American-Style Privatization of War – Andrea Mazzarino
My Abiding Love Affair With India – Philip Goldberg
Morocco Make up Causes Spain Economic Loss in Algeria – Youssef Igrouane
Can ChatGPT Really Write Now? – Garima Garg
Democratic Survival: Venezuelan Triumph Leads the Way – Michelle Ellner
Article Five Is Now Killing the United States – Anton Schauble