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Thursday, 16 July 2015 18:47

Epos converses with prof. Ibrahim Al-Marashi

by Nicolamaria Coppola (EPOS)
EPOS Conversations

Ibrahim Al-Marashi is an Iraqi-American assistant professor of Middle East history at the Department of History, California State University, San Marcos. His PhD thesis was on the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, and part of it was plagiarized in a 2003 British government document known as the "Dodgy Dossier". In this exclusive interview for EPOS, prof. Al-Marashi discusses the latest news from the Middle East, focusing on the Islamic State phenomenon, the involvement of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the battle against the jihadists, the historical agreement between Iran and the West on the nuclear issue and all its geopolitical effects in the region

 
Monday, 22 June 2015 21:30
by Lorenzo Giuseppe Siggillino (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

The Houthis represent a serius threat for the Saud’s Kingdom at both the domestic and the international level. Saudi Arabia responded the menace by directly intervening in the conflict, leading a Sunni regional coalition. Why is Yemen so important for Saudi Arabia and its coalition? What is the Yemeni geostrategic value? In the following exclusive article - the second part of a deep analysis of the situation in Yemen - EPOS analyst Lorenzo Siggillino tries to answers these and other questions, focusing on all the elements in the game and all the interests at stake



 
Monday, 25 May 2015 07:51
by Lorenzo Giuseppe Siggillino (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

Yemen is very susceptible to foreign interventions within domestic politics, as the country displays a high number of destabilizing forces combined with a high regional geo-strategic value. The Houthi offensive and the resulting Saudi reaction reinforced the national Sunni-Shia cleavage, pressuring local actors to slowly realign along religious identities. In the following exclusive article - the first part of a deep analysis of the situation in Yemen - EPOS analyst Lorenzo Siggillino focuses on the local actors involved in the insurgency, and outlines the interests of different opposition groups, investigating how their positions evolved and how the Shia offensive impacted on the local society



 
Tuesday, 05 May 2015 09:11
by Lorenzo Giuseppe Siggillino (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

Under Yusuf's leadership, the terroristic attacks of Boko Haram were sporadic and mainly directed against local authorities. The group wanted to destabilize Nigeria and create an Islamic State. Aboubakar Shekau led the organization through a new course, characterized by the attempt to gain visibility and shock the global public opinion in order to diffuse terror and the "jihad". What has been the evolution of Boko Haram in the last years? Who is Aboubakar Shekau and what did he do? What is the current modus operandi of Boko Haram? What is the future of this militant Islamist group? EPOS's new analyst Lorenzo Sigillino answers these and other questions in the following article, which is the second part of an EPOS exclusive analysis on Boko Haram



 
Sunday, 26 April 2015 11:31

Epos converses with Ammara Farooq Malik

by Nicolamaria Coppola (EPOS)
EPOS Conversations

Mrs. Ammara Malik is a Pakistani High Court Lawyer and an MA in Political Science. She has been involved in peacekeeping and peacebuilding issues since long time, and she is currently heading the SEPLAA Foundation as the Founder & CEO. In this exclusive interview for EPOS she discusses Pakistan's current situation, talking about sensitive topics such as the issue of the minorities and the condition of the Christian community in the country, the role of women in Pakistan, the status quo of the Pakistani Civil Society and the challenges that the population and all the institutions are asked to face

 
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 09:44
by Lorenzo Giuseppe Siggillino (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

In 1960 Nigeria became a unique independent political entity, bringing together people with different cultures, religions and traditional backgrounds. In the North, poverty, marginalisation and weak feelings of national belonging have generated conditions for resentment, expressed by the population through the factor that had characterized their history: Islam. The following article is the first part of an exclusive analysis on Boko Haram realized by EPOS' new analyst Lorenzo Giuseppe Siggillino, Master's Degree in International Relations, Master of Arts in Economies and Institutions of the Islamic Countries, and researcher about security, ethnic and religious conflicts



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