Fair Observer Quarterly – March 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 intensifying Saudi Arabia-Iran rivalry to materialism in South Korea. We also have articles on African immigration policies, Pakistani support for terrorism and Nicaragua’s potential destruction because of Chinese expansion.

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


1) Are Saudi Arabia and Iran on a Collision Course? Gary Grappo

2) Getting Out of Poland’s Remand Prison Pawel Kumiszcze

3) Modi’s Start-Up India Shakes the Colonial State Atul Singh and Manu Sharma

4) Turkey Has Enemies in a Dangerous Neighborhood Nathaniel Handy

5) Africa Needs to Focus on Sound Immigration Policies Anna Twum

6) The US Election Year Foreign Policy Spectacular Landon Shroder

7) Can Scotland Become the Saudi Arabia of Renewables? Eunsun Cho

8) Pakistani Support for Terrorism Risks Conflict With India David J. Karl

9) Female Genital Cutting: An Unknown Global Concern Mariya Taher

10) Somalia’s Path to Recovery is Not Just About Elections Yusuf Hassan

11) Somalia’s Path to Recovery is Not Just About Elections Yusuf Hassan

12) Does Religion Have a Place in the 21st Century? Nagothu Naresh Kumar

13) Israel’s Challenge is Becoming An Active Actor in Middle East Politics Josef Olmert

14) The Muslim Woman Who Fights Like a Man Maria Khwaja Bazi

15) Interview With Former Porn Star Exposes India’s Misogyny Tanvi Kusum

16) China’s Expansion Spells Nicaragua’s Destruction Andrea Curulla

17) Maduro’s Time is Running Out in Venezuela Arysbell Arismendi

18) What Happened to Yemen? — Fernando Carvajal

19) Is the Snooper’s Charter as Bad as You Think? Gavin E.L. Hall

20) Money, Not Justice, Matters Most to South Koreans Lee Il Woo

21) Republican Plan for Destroying ISIS Richard White

22) In a Region of Division, Nowruz Brings Unity Kourosh Ziabari