Fair Observer Quarterly – December 2016

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Fair Observer Quarterly is a chance for you to sit down, look back, breathe in and think about the month past. About 90 days is a suitably appropriate time to take stock of the world. We publish daily on our website and we select some of our best articles in our quarterly e-journal. We will give you context and multiple perspectives on issues that matter. We will inform and educate you. Fair Observer Quarterly does what we promise: make sense of the world.

In this edition, we shine the light on issues as diverse as delayed elections sabotaging Somalia’s democratic dreams to Fidel Castro’s revolutionary credentials. We also have articles on the Donald Trump phenomenon, reforming Indian universities to make them world class and the narrowness of Japanese media.

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


1: Delayed Elections Sabotage Somalia’s Democratic Dreams — Yusuf Hassan

2: How Did Intervention Become a Dirty Word? — Edward Marsh

3: How One Couple Brought Health Care to Haiti — Shelley Briggs Callahan

4: The Phenomenon of Donald Trump Will Live On — Tom Benner

5: Five Ways to Make Indian Universities World-Class — Shail Kumar

6: The End of Nuclear Diplomacy Between Russia and US — Polina Popova

7: Populism is Straining Regional Relations in North America — Daniel Kapellmann and Jamie Stark

8: Feminism After the Arab Spring — Dina Yazdani

9: The Black Swan Moment of Donald Trump — Steve McCabe

10: How Presidential Candidates Are Sold to the People — Peter Isackson

11: Survival Sex: A Violent, Dangerous Game — Anna Pivovarchuk

12: Amid Uncertainty, Latin America is Looking Up — Pablo Bejar

13: Fidel Castro: The Last Great Revolutionary — Ishtiaq Ahmed

14: Fixing Fashion to Save the Planet — Shivika Sinha

15: Americans Need to Read Beyond the Headlines — Ryan Suto

16: Millennials Shape Discussion on Gun Violence — Martha Durkee-Neuman

17: How Can Turkey Stop the Cycle of Terrorism? — Nathaniel Handy

18: A Farewell to Aleppo — Maria Khwaja

19: Japan’s Media: A Narrow Window on the World — Virgil Hawkins

20: UN Resolution on Israel Changes Nothing — Gary Grappo