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Dr Zahid Ahmed quoted by Bloomberg

Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed was quoted by Bloomberg on India’s new electricity project in Kashmir and its impact on peace. Read here.

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Dr Zahid Ahmed interviewed by al-Jazeera

MESF’s Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed was interviewed by al-Jazeera about the growing trade between Qatar and Turkey, Iran and Pakistan. Read the article here.

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A visual uprising: Framing the online activism of Bahrain’s Shiʿi opposition

Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert has published a new paper on Bahrain’s opposition in Media, War & Conflict. View it online here.

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The Responsibility to Protect and the Use of Force

Prof Shahram Akbarzadeh and Arif Saba have published a new paper on R2P in Libya in International Peacekeeping. Read the full text here.

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2017 MUP Islamic Studies catalogue released

Melbourne University Press’s Islamic Studies series, edited by MESF’s Prof Shahram Akbarzadeh, has released its catalogue for 2017. View here.

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Dr Tittensor quoted in Talking Points Memo on Gülen

MESF’s Dr David Tittensor was quoted in an article examining Mike Flynn’s relations with Turkey. Read here.

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Dr Zahid Ahmed receives prestigious non-resident visiting fellowship

MESF’s Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed was appointed as a non-resident visiting fellow at the University of Southern California’s Center of Public Diplomacy. Read more here.

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MESF researchers enjoy ARC Discovery Awards success

Prof Shahram Akbarzadeh and Dr Rebecca Barlow will examine Iranian women’s NGOs, while Prof Fethi Mansouri will look at belonging among migrant youth. Read more.

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Kylie Moore-Gilbert interviewed on ABC The World

Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert discussed recent political developments in Saudi Arabia, including the Houthi missile strike on ABC‘s The World. Watch here.

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A/Prof Ben Isakhan gives talk at Penn Museum

MESF’s A/Prof Ben Isakhan spoke at the Penn Cultural Heritage Centre on October 31 on ‘Measuring Cultural Property Destruction in Iraq and Syria.’ Read more.

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