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Reopening the Kartarpur Corridor: Tangible Benefits for Indo-Pak Ties

Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed has written this brief, published by the Institute of South Asian Studies. Read it here.

Securitisation via functional actors and authoritarian resilience: collapse of the Kurdish peace process in Turkey

Professor Ihsan Yilmaz co-authored this article, published in the Australian Journal of Political Science. Read it here.

To Think is to Dream: An Iraqi Perspective

Dr Hadeel Abdelhameed has co-authored this article published in 1001 Iraqi Thoughts. Read the article here.

The China Model and Its Detractors in Iran

MESF Convenor Professor Shahram Akbarzadeh & Dr Marmoud Pargoo have had their article published in Middle East Policy. Read it here.

The Abraham Accords and Pakistan

MESF’s Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed co-authored this article, published in Middle East Policy. Read it here.

Settler Colonialism (Without Settlers) and Slow Violence in the Gaza Strip

MESF’s Professor Michelle Pace has co-authored this article, published in Partecipazione & Conflitto. Read it here.

The Dilemma for Humanitarian Principles and the Taliban

MESF graduate researcher Safiullah Taye has had this article published by the Centre for Humanitarian Leadership. Read it here.

Can the world avert mass starvation in Afghanistan without emboldening the Taliban?

Read Safiullah Taye and Dr Niamatullah Ibrahimi’s article in The Conversation here.

Heritage and territorial disputes in the Armenia–Azerbaijan conflict: a comparative analysis of the carpet museums of Baku and Shusha

Dr Ali Mozaffari and Dr James Barry have had their article published in the International Journal of Heritage Studies. Read it here.

Upcoming webinar: Iran in an Emerging New World Order (10/11/21)

Presented by Dr Ali Fathollah-Nejad (Free University of Berlin). For more information click here.

Can India and Pakistan Cooperate with the Taliban?

Dr Zahid Shahab Ahmed’s article has been published by The National Interest. Read it here.

Rethinking Proxy War Theory in IR: A Critical Analysis of Principal–Agent Theory

MESF’s Abbas Farasoo has had this article recently published in International Studies Review. Read it here.