11 Oct, 2021

TURKISH-EMIRATI RELATIONS IN IRAQ AFTER 2003: A CONTAINED COMPETITION?

Tamer Badawi | 11 October 2021

Turkey, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Gulf countries have been long collaborating and competing in Iraq since the US invasion of 2003. The United States (US) sought the support of regional allies to contribute to building the new political order as well as engage in economic reconstruction. Pre-war political and economic ties had helped Turkey and the UAE in establishing their influence in the country
TURKISH-EMIRATI RELATIONS IN IRAQ AFTER 2003: A CONTAINED COMPETITION?2021-10-15T15:32:18+03:00
10 Jul, 2020

Concept Paper – Political Islam in the Second Wave of the Arab Uprisings

Mohammad Affan Ismail Yaylaci | 10 July 2020 | AR | TR

In December 2018, eight years after Mohamed Bouazizi’s self-immolation in Sidi Bouzid in Tunisia sparked the Arab Uprisings in 2011, fuel and bread riots erupted in the North-Eastern Sudanese city of Atbara
Concept Paper – Political Islam in the Second Wave of the Arab Uprisings2020-11-23T13:43:50+03:00
10 Jul, 2020

Iraq’s Sunni Political-Religious Networks and Political Change: Where is Their Influence?

Tamer Badawi | 10 July 2020 | AR | TR

The Iraqi protests which started in Baghdad’s central Tahrir Square in October 2019 and spread all the way south to the cities of Diwaniyah and Nasiriya,
Iraq’s Sunni Political-Religious Networks and Political Change: Where is Their Influence?2020-08-19T16:54:40+03:00
10 Jul, 2020

 Searching for A Second Chance: The Dilemma of The Islamists In Post-Bashir Sudan

Mohammad Affan Rawan Hamoud | 10 July 2020 | AR | TR

The political history of Sudan since its independence in 1956 can be divided into two phases with distinctive features and dynamics: the first phase lasted from 1956 to the military coup of 1989
 Searching for A Second Chance: The Dilemma of The Islamists In Post-Bashir Sudan2020-08-19T16:53:16+03:00
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