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Over the six months since February, 2015, the world markets have been in turmoil. The improvement in the US economy is on a more assured, but not necessarily stable, path and in contrast, the Chinese economy is now showing signs of fatigue.
Jawad A. Anani
On 29 May 2015, General Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in as the President of Nigeria. The Buhari-led administration is expected to urgently tackle several challenges that have hindered economic prosperity, sustainable security and overall national development in Nigeria.
Dr. Freedom C. Onuoha, Christian M. Ichite and Temilola A. George
This report examines the new shape which relations between Iran and the two key Islamic resistance movements, Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, are taking in light of Iran's expanded role in the region, particularly in Syria, Iraq and Yemen.
Dr. Fatima al-Smadi
United States’ hegemony over the American hemisphere has produced long-standing tensions and frictions. After five decades of hostilities and bellicosity Cuba and the United States (US) took a sharp turn toward reconciliation on December 17, 2014.
Elsada Diana Cassells
NATO’s lack of response to the Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014 and Russian support for separatist forces in eastern Ukraine since then has raised doubts about the effectiveness and durability of the Atlantic alliance. المزيد
Mark N. Katz
More than two and a half years ago, the peace process reached by the Turks and the Kurds seemed to usher in a new era of confidence building. That historical political breakthrough is giving way to renewed hostilities. المزيد
Galip Dalay
The United States is in need for a paradigm shift in the conduct of its foreign policy towards the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The prolonging of the conflict compromises American national security interest and tarnishes its credibility and prestige. المزيد
Dr. Ghassan Shabaneh