8 Nov, 2021

India’s Engagements in North Africa: Can it match Chinese involvement in the region?

Mohammed Sinan Siyech | 08 November 2021

India’s foreign policy initiatives and strategy in North Africa has so far remained an under-researched topic. This paper maps out India’s engagement with the five North African nations: Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria
India’s Engagements in North Africa: Can it match Chinese involvement in the region?2021-11-16T11:59:46+03:00
29 Jul, 2021

Understanding India’s Neutrality in the Israel Palestine Issue

Mohammed Sinan Siyech | 29 July 2021

India’s presence in the Middle East region has been continuously evolving over the last few decades. An indicator of its ambitions and positions can be gleaned from its foreign policy stances in the Israel – Palestine conflict
Understanding India’s Neutrality in the Israel Palestine Issue2021-08-03T14:56:24+03:00
4 May, 2021

China in the Middle East: from Balanced Vagueness to Selective Engagement.

Alessandro Arduino | 04 May 2021 | TR

Following the tense US-China meeting in Alaska during the first high-level US-China talks of the Biden administration in March 2021,[i]  Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi carried out a six-country swing through the Middle East.
China in the Middle East: from Balanced Vagueness to Selective Engagement.2021-05-25T14:11:35+03:00
5 Nov, 2018

Did Malaysians Vote Islamists? Reflections on PAS and AMANAH in the 2018 General Election

Mohd Irwan Syazli Saidin | 05 November 2018 | TR | AR

In the latest general elections held in May 2018, PAS and the newly formed Islamist party, the AMANAH won the plurality of votes and managed to secure a number of legislative seats in the parliament and states
Did Malaysians Vote Islamists? Reflections on PAS and AMANAH in the 2018 General Election2020-08-10T18:19:41+03:00
29 May, 2018

The JCPOA in Crisis: Implications for Sino-Iranian Relations

Mohsen Shariatinia | 29 May 2018 | AR

The U.S. withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or Iranian nuclear deal, and the re-imposition of sanctions on Iran in the coming months will complicate Iranian–Chinese economic and geopolitical interactions.
The JCPOA in Crisis: Implications for Sino-Iranian Relations2020-08-10T18:10:24+03:00
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