Fair Observer Monthly: September 2021





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In this edition, we focus on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the war on terror. We also have articles on abortion in Texas, elections in Europe and the upcoming climate conference in Glasgow.

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Liberalizing India’s Economy Is Critical for Global Stability — Surya Kanegaonkar

Is Operation Enduring Freedom Doomed to Endure Forever? — S. Suresh

The War on Terror Drove Iraq Into Iran’s Orbit — Mehmet Alaca

Why Texas’ Abortion Law Matters — Monica Weller

The 9/11 Boomerang Comes Back to America — Ali Demirdas

Germany and France Head Into Two Very Different Elections — Hans-Georg Betz 

America’s Afghanistan Fiasco: The Buck Stops With Biden — Christopher Schell

Return of Jane: Would Stricter Rules Bring Back Illegal Abortion? — Jennifer Wider

What Is the Ruckus Over AUKUS? — Gary Grappo

The Wicked Problem of Climate, Blah, Blah, Blah — Arek Sinanian


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