Fair Observer Quarterly – June 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 the plight of the Rohingyas in Myanmar to better education as a means to decrease wealth inequality. We also have articles on the Panama Papers, Thailand heading down a dark path and the new Austrian president taking charge of a divided nation.

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


1: The Question of Sovereignty in the EU Referendum — Michael Julien

2: Ignoring the Plight of the Rohingya is a Mistake Daniel Sullivan

3: What the Panama Papers Have To Do With America — Scott Klinger

4: There Are Limits to Defining Indian Nationalism — Rita Kothari

5: Better Education Can Decrease Wealth Inequality —Brad Brasseur

6: Water as a Strategy of War — Mara Tignino

7: A Conversation on Child Marriage With Amnesty International — Dina Yazdani and Kaitlyn Denzler

8: America the Great is Only Months Away — Larry Beck

9: The Media and the Fate of American Liberalism — Jonathan Krause

10: What is the American Dream? — Taif Jany

11: Thailand is Headed Down a Dark Path — Craig Moran

12: How Will Saudi Arabia Revamp its Education System? — Khadija Mosaad

13: What Really Matters in This Election Cycle — Naomi Wolf

14: Austrian President Takes Over a Split Nation — Stefanie Leodolter

15: The Fourth and Final Disappearance of Muhammad Ali — Peter Isackson

16: A Second Insurgency in the Niger Delta — Hugo Norton

17: Violence Comes to My Hometown — Gary Grappo

18: The Human Factor in the Politics of Fear — Anna Pivovarchuk

19: Refugees Suffer the Monster of Our Indifference — Maria Khwaja

20: Britain Should Stay in the European Union — John Bruton

21: The Mad White Man and the Colored Terrorist — Ahmed Ezzeldin

22: Why Brexit and the Success of Trump Should Not Surprise You — Yasmeen Sami Alamiri and Ryan J. Suto