Murder in the Name of Blasphemy Necessitates National Reform Articles Asia

Murder in the Name of Blasphemy Necessitates National Reform

On the 29th of March, a woman was killed by three former colleagues outside of a seminary in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan. All three of the murderers are female teachers….

OIC's Relevance in the Muslim World Articles Middle East & North Africa Politics & Governance

OIC’s Relevance in the Muslim World

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was established on 25 September 1969, after the arson incident at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem. The organisation was set up to safeguard…

Master of Geopolitics? Assessing UAE’s Security Statecraft in Post-Arab Spring Context Articles Defense & Security Middle East & North Africa

Master of Geopolitics? Assessing UAE’s Security Statecraft in Post-Arab Spring Context

For the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Arab Spring was a watershed event. It provided a range of immediate security concerns within its region and a set of broader issues…

Why Upholding Fundamental Rights is Essential for the Taliban? Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Why Upholding Fundamental Rights is Essential for the Taliban?

As the battle for Panjshir valley draws to a conclusion, the triumph of the Taliban practically lead to the closure of a tragic and violent chapter in the modern history…

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