Testing Iraq’s Ability to Crack Down on Anti-U.S. Terrorism

2020 Jul 01

After Kataib Hezbollah was caught red-handed prepping new rocket strikes, justice needs to be served, and Iraqs government needs to be better secured.


Series of discussions in Annabaa Forum for Dialogue: Coronavirus Aftermath

2020 Jun 30

Annabaa forum for dialogue held an extensive discussion entitled " Coronavirus Aftermath". Mr. Serdar Herki, a legal expert and a member of Annabaa Forum for Dialogue, delivered the lecture.


Is Cairo Going to War?

2020 Jun 28

The Egyptian military may intervene in neighboring Libya, but it likely wants to avoid a major confrontation.


The Pandemic Must Transform Global Agriculture

2020 Jun 24

The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the risks of unhealthy diets and the extreme fragility of the global food system.


What if all viruses disappeared?

2020 Jun 22

If all viruses disappeared, the world would be very different — and not necessarily for the better. But what exactly would happen?


China’s “Peaceful Rise” Vanishes in Thin Air

2020 Jun 20

With the worlds attention focused on the pandemic, Chinese troops have been establishing fixed positions in areas that even it considers to be on the Indian side of the disputed


State Atrophy and the Reconfiguration of Borderlands in Syria and Iraq: Post-2011 Dynamics

2020 Jun 16

Since 2011, borderlands in the MENA region transformed into considerable sites of contested power by a plethora of actors.


How People Power Strengthens the Rule of Law

2020 Jun 16

Dynamic grassroots movements are especially needed in authoritarian states where institutions are fundamentally broken. But even in established democracies...


Less Globalization, More Multilateralism

2020 Jun 14

While some degree of deglobalization may be desirable today, this process also carries grave risks, from skyrocketing production costs to geopolitical conflict.


The Post-Pandemic Social Contract

2020 Jun 13

While many recent proposals for reforming capitalism would substantially change the way our economies operate, they do not fundamentally alter the narrative about how market economies should work; nor do they represent a radical departure for economic pol


With Scenes of Police Brutality, America’s Beacon to the World Winks Out

2020 Jun 02

U.S. soft power was already dwindling under Trump. But the new wave of police violence and racial injustice may be drying up the reserves.


A Chronicle of a Lost Decade Foretold

2020 May 31

Many on the left still cling to the hope that the COVID-19 crisis will translate into the use of state power on behalf of the powerless. But those in authority have never hesitated to harness government intervention to the preservation of oligarchy...


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