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In this edition, an Indian bureaucrat examines the need and downsides of 5G technology. John Bruton, the former Irish prime minister, outlines the challenges the EU faces because of the Russia-Ukraine War. Gary Grappo, a retired American ambassador and the former chair of the board of Fair Observer, makes a case for the US to support Europe to win this war. Egypt, Queen Elizabeth II, US Vice President Kamala Harris, the US-Iran Nuclear Deal and a medical student’s reflections of trauma are also covered.
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Has the West Pacified the World Too Well and Allowed the East to Emerge as a Challenger? – Felicia Gooden
The Future of US Vice President Kamala Harris – Atul Singh
Peace Talks Essential as War Rages on in Ukraine – Medea Benjamin, Nicolas J.S. Davies
Egypt’s Foreign Policy Under Al-Sisi and Its Relationship with Saudi Arabia – Juan Carlos BC
With Queen Elizabeth gone, a New Elizabeth Takes Center Stage – Peter Isackson
Supply of 5G Dives Demand for This Technology, Ignoring Downsides – Mansoor Hasan Khan
A Modern Indian Medical Student Rationalizes Trauma – Maanas Jain
To Save Ukraine, America Must Help Europe – Gary Grappo
The EU Faces Major Challenges This Autumn – John Bruton
Is the US-Iran Nuclear Deal Worth the Hassle? – Syed Zain Abbas Rizvi