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Yemen conundrum: Govt weighs options on troop deployment in KSA

The government is studying different options on how to support the Saudi-led military coalition in its campaign against the Houthi rebels in strife-torn Yemen. And sources told The Express Tribune that a high-level delegation will apprise the prime minister of the modalities before leaving for Riyadh. 10 more words


Yemen On The Brink Of Collapse

Yemen is no stranger to crisis. Exposed to a regional proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia, plagued by an entrenched Al Qaeda affiliate, and divided by tribal disputes and a secession movement, the country has become a poster child for everything that can go wrong in the Arab world. 662 more words


Walking the Tightrope: Turkey in the New Middle East

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Enea Gjoza is a policy analyst specializing in foreign policy and criminal justice. He is also an intelligence research fellow with Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and a writer for Young Voices. 1,785 more words


“Western democracies” vs. others: Authoritarianism and Populist Rule

Week 8


This week’s topic covered the political regimes from East to West; from the title alone I knew the narrative that the lecture will hold. 441 more words

"Taty Taty: Commentary on the The Square

I wrote this for a seminar that I am participating in as a part of my study abroad program in Washington, DC.

This is the third time that I have seen The Square. 802 more words

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