Tag: Geopolitics

US exit from Iran nuclear deal is a risky approach

What do the Iraqi elections mean for the corruption-ridden country

On 12 May, parliamentary elections were held across Iraq to decide the next holders of the 329 seats in the Council of Representatives. As the sole legislative body, parliament is responsible for appointing the country’s president and, by extension, the prime minister. This has been Iraq’s fourth national election since 2003, when then-President Saddam Hussein…

Libyan civil war: the future of a country in turmoil

The industry of change

Brexit implications: Alarming economic perspectives

The State and its wounds. From Eurosceptics to global terrorism

Rural Idlib and Hama: violent battles between the regime forces and the armed opposition

Iran: people are fed up with the regime

The Congo and the politics of human cruelty

The Nasra Front arrested leaders accused of supporting al-Qaeda

The Nasra Front arrested leaders and “jihadists” accused of supporting al-Qaeda in Syria. Their names: Jordanian Sami al-Aridi, a former leader in the Nasra Front, Khalid Aarouri “Abu al-Qassam”, former deputy of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Iyad al-Tubasi “Abu Jleibib”, former military commander, another military leader, Abu Hammam, and about 50 fighters, mostly Jordanian. The Nasra…