The Greater Middle East region

The rise of Orderism and the Greater Middle East

The global political environment of today is undergoing many great transformations that are projected to leave a lasting impact on known human history. The current Neoliberal unipolar world order was deemed to be the final stage of human social and political development as claimed by Francis Fukuyama. With the Cold […]

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Courtesy: Daily Post Nigeria

Zakzaky & the IMN: The rise of a new Nigerian schism

Africa, Geopolitics, In-House Analyses May 7, 2016 at 5:46 am 0 comments

Nigeria currently Africa’s largest economy is nowadays more in the news for its struggle against the Boko Haram group. While the campaign drags on against the militant threat who is increasingly become more violent and brutal. However the month of December 2015 brought to light a new crisis with the […]

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Courtesy: Al Arabiya

The Legacy of Libya; Obama’s ‘Worst Mistake’

Africa, Geopolitics April 26, 2016 at 7:33 pm 1 comment

The United Nations Security Council in March 2011 passed Resolution 1973 spearheaded by the U.S.A, authorizing the use of force in Libya on humanitarian grounds. The goal was defined as to save the lives of peaceful pro-democracy protestors who were being targeted by the Qaddafi regime. Subsequently, Muammar Qaddafi, the […]

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