بالعربية en français Pусский Shiran Ben Abderrazak, NESA Alumnus and Executive Director, Rambourg Foundation, Tunisia In light of these challenging times, writing is an outlet used to rid us of those feelings that clutter our mind and prevent us from experiencing peace and balance. Sometimes what has been written can also give readers food for Read More >
بالعربية en français Pусский Shiran Ben Abderrazak, NESA Alumnus and Executive Director, Rambourg Foundation In the following discussion, we will try to project into the coming months with three different scenarios in order to determine what could happen to Tunisia, its institutions, and its population(s) as a result of the health crisis currently affecting the Read More >
NESA Professor Dr. Hassan Abbas sat down with Kamran Bokhari of The Center for Global Policy (CGP) for a Special Edition of its podcast series, The Lodestar, to discuss the state of negotiations for peace in Afghanistan. The Lodestar Podcast Episode: “The State of Negotiations for Peace in Afghanistan” Episode Transcript Dr. Abbas, who recently Read More >
By Col. (ret.) Dr. Eran Lerman, NESA Alumnus, Vice President – Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security (JISS) Overall, Israeli society has remained resilient in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, and there are reasons to rate highly key aspects of the government’s response. At the strategic level, the country has once again been able Read More >
NESA Alumnus David Brewster offers this analysis of India’s military reorganization as it pertains to India’s likely future abilities to act as a regional security provider across the oceanic space shared with Australia. This paper first appeared in the Sidney-based Lowy Institute’s ‘The Interpreter’ on 1 April 2020.
Dr. Gawdat Bahgat, NESA Center, 8 April 2020 In the last several weeks, people all over the world have understandably been occupied by the Covid-19 outbreak. The virus has spread globally and has already infected more than a million people. In addition to worrying about their own health, people are worried about their well-being, employment Read More >
Jeff Payne, NESA Center, 8 April 2020 Greater attention is being directed to the wider Red Sea region due to the ongoing conflict in Yemen as well as increased state activity along the Horn littoral region. The current Covid-19 global pandemic reminds the world why the Red Sea remains important – it is a connective Read More >
NESA Alumnus Eman Ragab writes for The Cairo Review of Global Affairs on the persisting lack of a multi-lateral security force for the Middle East. The recently U.S.-proposed anti-Iran Middle East Strategic Alliance (MESA) and the European-led missions to secure navigation in the Persian Gulf again force the consideration of this issue. U.S. and European Read More >
بالعربية Pусский Omar Shaban, NESA Alumnus, Founder and Director of Palthink for Strategic Studies The Gaza Strip did not need a new challenge that deepens its tragic and catastrophic reality. Gaza is a small area encompassing 200 square miles and a population of 2 million people, who have lived under siege for the last 14 Read More >
Mr. Shahab Enam Khan, NESA alumnus and Research Director of the Bangladesh Enterprise Institute (BEI), writes on the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh and the particular challenges emerging in very densely populated urban centers and highly vulnerable groups, such as the large Rohingya refugee population. Read here.