About Tamer Badawi

Tamer Badawi is A PhD Student and Assistant Lecturer at the University of Kent researching politics and security with a focus on paramilitary groups in Iraq. He is an Associate Fellow with Al Sharq Strategic Research.
17 Oct, 2017

Decertifying Iran’s Nuclear Accord: The Geopolitical Ramifications in the Middle East

Tamer Badawi | 17 October 2017

On the 13th of October, U.S. President Donald Trump decertified Iran’s nuclear accord, taking an unprecedented step after certifying the accord for two times.
Decertifying Iran’s Nuclear Accord: The Geopolitical Ramifications in the Middle East2020-08-15T12:24:47+03:00
21 Sep, 2017

The Kurdish independence Referendum: Drivers & Implications

Tamer Badawi | 21 September 2017

[stextbox id='info'] Introduction:  The referendum on the independence of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) that is scheduled to be held on September 25th, 2017 has generated much discussions in and outside of Iraq and the KRG. Thus [...]

The Kurdish independence Referendum: Drivers & Implications2018-01-29T14:04:10+03:00
1 May, 2017

Exporting Iranian Natural Gas to Europe in the Post-JCPOA Era: Determinants and Restraints

Tamer Badawi | 01 May 2017 | TR

Amid the European Union’s increasing efforts to diversify its natural gas supplies, Iran has emerged as a potential supplier to the bloc following the conclusion of its nuclear accord.
Exporting Iranian Natural Gas to Europe in the Post-JCPOA Era: Determinants and Restraints2020-08-18T13:41:06+03:00
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