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Hyper-Securitisation and Belonging: Understanding the Plight of Young Muslims in Melbourne, Australia
September 25, 2020

Hyper-Securitisation and Belonging: Understanding the Plight of Young Muslims in Melbourne, Australia

Dr David Tittensor recently published the article with Gerhard Hoffstaedter and Adam Possamai in the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. You can access the full article here.

External Actors in the Afghan Peace Process
September 25, 2020

External Actors in the Afghan Peace Process

Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh, Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed and Abbas Farasoo published the article  in Australian Outlook as part of Carnegie Corporation New York project on proxy wars. Read the full article here

Policy Dialogue I: Proxy dynamics and peace in Afghanistan
September 22, 2020

Policy Dialogue I: Proxy dynamics and peace in Afghanistan

Together with partners Carnegie Corporation New York, MESF hosted the first event in the Policy Dialogue series: Proxy dynamics and peace in Afghanistan. Watch the full recording here.

Why contain Iran, when it is already self-contained?
September 22, 2020

Why contain Iran, when it is already self-contained?

Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh published an article for TRT World. Read the full article here.

The Proxy Wars For and Against ISIS
September 7, 2020

The Proxy Wars For and Against ISIS

Together with partners Carnegie Corporation New York, The Middle East Studies Forum hosted the webinar The Proxy Wars For and Against ISIS hosted by Professor Andrew Mumford from University of Nottingham. Watch the full recording here.

Five years after Russia intervened in Syria, is an end to conflict at hand?
September 7, 2020

Five years after Russia intervened in Syria, is an end to conflict at hand?

Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh, Dr Zahid Shahab and Dr William Gourlay share their proxy war research findings in an article published on the Australian Strategic Policy Institute. Read the full article here.