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This month, Saleem Samad shines the light on Nepal, Nathaniel Handy analyzes Turkey and Sadia Korobi looks at Bangladesh turning up at G20. Helder Ferreira do Vale wonders about how China’s BRICS affects Brazil and India, and Bilal Rahmani explains Pakistan’s Taliban problem and its tensions with Afghanistan over the Durand Line. Reza Parchizadeh looks back at Iran’s Mahsa Revolution one year on. German economist Alex Gloy looks at money matters. He tells us who is holding billions of US banknotes. And Fair Observer’s editor-in-chief Atul Singh does a deep dive into the German economy. As you can see, we shine the light on issues through many prisms. To make sense of September, read this monthly.
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Content of Publication
No Justice for Victims Under Nepal’s Maoist Prime Minister – Saleem Samad
This Is Why Turkey Won’t Make It Into the EU – Nathaniel Handy
Is Banning Women’s Garments Really A French Value? – Kristian Alexander
What’s Behind Bangladesh’s Invitation to the G20 Summit? – Sadia Korobi
What Good Is China’s New BRICS For Brazil And India? – Helder Ferreira do Vale
UFO Disclosure: The Most Significant Law in Human History? – Ran Chakrabarti
Germany’s Firefighters Fail to Put Far-Right Infiltration Out – Kiran Bowry
Pakistan’s Taliban Problem and the New Fight for the Durand Line – Bilal Rahmani
Iran’s Mahsa Revolution One Year On – Reza Parchizadeh
Is the German Economy Now Destined to Decline? – Atul Singh
Nepal’s Prime Minister Visits China to Talk Trade and Energy – Syed Raiyan Amir
Money Matters: Revealing Who Is Holding Billions of US Banknotes – Alex Gloy
Canada’s Prime Minister Should Not Be So Quick to Condemn India – Ranjani Iyer Mohanty
Southern and Northern Allies Now Vie for Influence in Volatile Yemen – Fernando Carvajal
Are You Sure Multiculturalism Has Failed, Ms. Braverman? – Ellis Cashmore