Fair Observer Monthly: November 2021





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In this edition, we focus on the UN climate change summit and its outcomes. We also have articles on COVID-19 passes, migrants and the conflict in Ethiopia.

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Health Care in America Is the Best in the World — Khaled Dajani

Fiji’s Women Are Living the Reality of Climate Change — Menka Goundan

The Migrant Crisis on Poland-Belarus Border Is Lukashenko’s Revenge — Malwina Talik

In Switzerland, the COVID-19 Certificate Divides Opinions — Hans-Georg Betz

Who Can Resolve Ethiopia’s Catastrophic Conflict? — Martin Plaut

When It Comes to Climate Change, Promises Matter — Arek Sinanian

Will the Azeem Rafiq Case Purge Britain of Racism? — Ellis Cashmore

The Legacy of America’s Failed War on Terror — Kholoud Khalifa & Anas Altikriti

Water World: Is Climate Change Driving Our Future Out to Sea? — Anna Pivovarchuk 

What Does 60˚C Mean for the Middle East? — Saad Shannak


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