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In this edition, we publish a very interesting set of authors. London-based Ellis Cashmore examines how Qatar will change the World Cup forever. Neuroscientist William Softky writes from the shores of the Pacific Ocean about how capital devours its children. Two Indians write about the Portuguese UN chief’s white savior complex. Iranian Mehdi Alavi and globetrotting editor-in-chief look back at the 1979 Iranian Revolution. Retired CIA officer recounts a magical tale in India and a young American woman writes about losing faith after the Dobbs ruling on abortion.
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Content of Publication
A Young American Woman Loses Faith After Dobbs Ruling – Rachel Logue
Revolution Erupted in Iran Because of Mohammad Reza Shah – Mehdi Alavi and Atul Singh
Totalitarianism Now Presents an Unprecedented Global Threat – Gary Grappo
Fascistic Tendencies in the Muslim Brotherhood – Amir Darwish
How Capital Eats Its Young – William Softky
A Magical Tale: Not Trekking in the Himalayas – Glenn Carle
Portuguese UN Chief Preaches to India: Is it White Savior Complex? – Soundarajan Narendran & K.T. Jagannathan
Reunited by art and against the war in Ukraine – Franthiesco Ballerini
Qatar Will Change the World Cup Forever – Ellis Cashmore
A New Fusing of Japanese-Aussie Synergies in the Indo-Pacific – Ved Shinde