Arshmah Jamil

  • A story of immense bravery, perseverance and determination can be read from the tarnished faces of refugees that are forced to migrate from Syria. They believe that in some extraordinary manner they can rebuild their shattered lives and the international donor community would assist them. The ...

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  • The canvas of China’s shaky economic situation has been painted in two prominent tones. On one hand are the vibrant colors splashed with a mixture of optimism, based on the premise that Beijing will not be affected substantially. On the other hand, are the gloomy contours stroked with an ...

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  • “Our two countries’ multi-faceted cooperation is in our peoples’ fundamental interests and is a conscious historic choice. We will continue our close coordination on regional and international issues.”–President Vladimir Putin, March 22, 2013, on President Xi ...

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  • A sharp crack has appeared in the hourglass of Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s largest opposition movement due to the unprecedented crackdown of the security state that has led to the pouring of young assertive youth through the splintered pieces. A unification of youth voices in the brotherhood ...

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  • The seeds of conflict between China and United States have been sown, as insecurity and uncertainty surround the region popularly known as the South China Sea. From being an important transportation pathway for East Asia’s and U.S naval commercial traffic, to the heightened tensions that ...

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  • The metamorphosis of Egypt’s political scene can be characterized by two important events: the entangled knot of pluralism, violent and vigorous, tightening into the uprising of 2011, to the unraveling of those threads into a complicated web of marginalized secular and Islamist groups who had ...

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