In: terrorism

The Syrian Crisis: Hurdles to Achieve Political Settlement
April 10, 2018

Guest Post by Tamer Mahboub  Since the beginning of diplomatic endeavors regarding the political settlement trajectory of the ongoing conflict in…

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War, feminism and women’s liberation: Misuse of women’s rights to legitimize military intervention
October 1, 2017

“The fight against terrorism is also a fight for the rights and dignity of women.” Laura Bush, 17. 11. 2001 In…

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Don’t Let ISIS Get Away With Genocide
April 25, 2017

„Don’t let ISIS get away with Genocide”, demanded human rights lawyer Amal Clooney in her speech on March 9, 2017, at…

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Democracy on gunpoint
April 21, 2017

It has been legitimately said that 2017 is the year of European elections. Truly the three biggest European countries (France, United…

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“Let’s Start A Clash of Civilizations!” – 2016 Terror Trends Revisited
January 19, 2017

“Or, Maybe, Let’s Not Give Them What They Aspire?”   Every year, decade, and generation will be remembered for certain things,…

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How to deal with the Caliphate?
December 7, 2015

In memory of all victims of terrorism. In a more and more interconnected and integrated reality which is the world…

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The Impact of Political Sectarianism on the Gulf States Security
May 12, 2015

Over the last decades sectarianism has become one of the main aspects of politics and society in the Middle East and…

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The Impact of Sectarian Politics in the Gulf States Region
May 12, 2015

Over the last decades sectarianism has become one of the main aspects of politics and society in the Middle East and…

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Charlie Hebdo attacks and the rise of extremism in Middle East
February 25, 2015

The terror attacks in France last month fuelled worldwide debates on freedom of speech and the relationship between Islam and the…

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