Results for Category: International Affairs

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Iran: US policy of ‘maximum pressure’ has failed – why the west needs to re-engage Tehran

The US must seek to engage Iran through rigorous multilateral diplomacy by rejoining the JCPOA in exchange for sanctions relief.

An Analysis of UNSC Resolution 1325

Despite the the value of the resolution for bringing the women’s rights issue to the fore, including and especially in connection with decision-making for war and peace, I have a problem with Resolution 1325.

Erdogan positions powerful Turkish military as backbone of regional strategy

Turkey is likely to diversify between the soft and hard power to achieve its regional aspirations. The role of the Turkish army is therefore vital for Ankara.

The term ‘Judeo-Christian’ has been misused for political ends – a new ‘Abrahamic’ identity offers an alternative

Framing Jews, Christians and Muslims as part of an Abrahamic family is a political choice. To know more, read this article.

Five Recommendations from Stora’s Report and Why they Are Important

Benjamin Stora report is one of a number of efforts Macron has made to acknowledge France’s role in Algerian suffering, making him more progressive.

Iran and Biden: Challenges Beyond the JCPOA

Iran’s internal politics are also to play a role in Iran-US relations under Biden. Trump’s unilateral approach that caused much economic hardships effectively delegitimized the Rouhani administration’s foreign policy approach of constructive engagement—and the moderate/reformist views on foreign policy in the Iranian political scene.