A discussion with Youssef Mahmoud, author of Whose Peace Are We Building? Leadership for Peace in Africa. I.B. TAURIS (2021).
In his book, Whose peace are we Building: Leadership for peace in Africa, Youssef Mahmoud, former Under-Secretary …..More
The Lebanese political system is experiencing a structural and existential crisis that raises questions about its continuity without fundamental reforms nearly three decades after the adoption of the Taif Agreement, which ended the armed conflict in the Lebanese civil war. …..More
Professor Ali Abdullatif Ahmida was born in Waddan, Libya, and educated at Cairo University and the University of Washington, Seattle. He is the founding chair and professor of, Department of Political Science at the University of New England, Biddeford, Maine. ….More
Mikhail Gorbachev is likely to be among those Russians who are watching the tragic events unfolding in Ukraine with utter dismay: his life project, focused on building a non-confrontational global order free of military blocs and nuclear weapons, has just gone up in flames.. …..More
After a quarter of a million deaths, 3 million displaced, widespread war crimes and more than half a lost decade of conflict, President Joe Biden has declared “diplomacy is back” in Yemen.As welcome as this is, it has a different ring to it in Sana’a and Aden than in D.C …..More