Fair Observer Monthly: October 2019







Fair Observer Monthly is a chance for you to sit down, look back, breathe in and think about the month past. A month lasts 28 to 31 days, a suitably appropriate time to take stock of the world. We publish daily on our website and we select some of our best articles every month in our e-magazine. We will give you context and multiple perspectives on issues that matter. We will inform and educate you. Fair Observer Monthly does what we promise: make sense of the world.

In this edition, we shine the light on issues as diverse as the Turkish offensive against Syrian Kurds to racism in football. We also have articles on the Amazon rainforest, poverty and LGBTQ rights.

This is an e-magazine that can be read on smartphone, tablet and desktop in PDF format.

How German Reunification Could Change Global Capitalism Today — Dennis Snower & Markus Engels 

Putting Out the Fires in the Amazon — Niyanta Spelman 

A Gen Zer’s Perspective on Climate Change Reform — Neil Kapoor 

Our Own Experiences of Poverty Shape Our Views on Its Causes — Eric Meade

Turkey’s “Peace Corridor” Isn’t a New Idea — Nathaniel Handy

Attacks on LGBTQ Rights in Poland: A Critique of Impure Reason — Alicja Rybkowska

What Is Behind Football’s Persistent Racism? — Ellis Cashmore

Mercenaries in the Desert: The Kremlin’s Libya Game — Sergey Sukhankin

Facing the Consequences of Trump’s Decision to Abandon the Kurds — Gary Grappo 

The World’s Love Affair With Justin Trudeau Is Over — Ramsha Zafar

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