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In this edition, we focus on how the Taliban will govern Afghanistan. We also have articles on climate change, environmental mismanagement and cyber defense.
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Addressing Climate Change Impacts on the Sporting Calendar — Damilola S. Olawuyi
Unnatural Disasters: India’s Environmental Mismanagement — Tarun Shridhar
Can Football Find a Way Out of a Moral Maze? — Ellis Cashmore
A 21st-Century Marshall Plan for Cyber Defense — Steve Westly
Eric Zemmour’s Plan to Save France from Extinction — Hans-Georg Betz
Germany Lacks Political Courage to Welcome More Afghan Refugees — Kiran Bowry
Can the Taliban Govern Responsibly? — Gary Grappo
Lebanon’s Future as an Inclusive Democracy in Doubt — Jean AbiNader
Will Joe Manchin Remain a Democrat? — Christopher Schell
Taliban Takeover Will Further Radicalize Pakistan and Increase Nuclear Threat — Rakesh Kaul