Articles written by

Libya Report – October 2020

On 8 October, the Institute for Islamic Strategic Affairs (IISA) convened the third webinar of the process for human and energy security in Libya to discuss international dialogue efforts to resolve the Libyan conflict. The meeting was attended by participants from the General National Assembly (Tripoli-based), the House of Representatives (Tobruk-based), Turkey, UAE, Egypt, Italy, […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/libya/2020/10/libya-report-october-2020/

Libya Report – July 2020

On 22 July 2020, IISA and the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) convened the first webinar of the process for human and energy security in Libya. The meeting was attended by participants from the General National Assembly (Tripoli-based), the House of Representatives (Tobruk-based), Turkey, UAE, Egypt, Italy, and regional experts. Participants acknowledged the importance of the […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/libya/2020/07/libya-report-july-2020/

MENA Covid Committee Report – June 2020

On 23 June 2020, the Institute for Islamic Strategic Affairs (IISA) convened the third webinar meeting of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Covid-19 Committee. The meeting was attended by 22 participants: two representatives from the World Health Organization (WHO), leading medical experts from Iraq, Morocco, and Israel, members from humanitarian and health organisations, […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/dialogue-mechanism-programme/2020/06/mena-covid-committee-report-june-2020/

MENA Covid Committee Report – May 2020

On 14 May 2020, the Institute for Islamic Strategic Affairs (IISA) convened the first webinar of the MENA COVID-19 committee. The meeting was attended by 32 participants: a representative from the WHO, leading medical experts from Iraq, Turkey, Morocco, and Israel, as well as members from humanitarian and health organisations. It was also attended by […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/dialogue-mechanism-programme/2020/05/mena-covid-committee-report-may-2020/

Ghettoization, Insecurity & Destabilization: the Refugee Crisis in Southeast Europe & South Caucasus

Ghettoization, Insecurity & Destabilization: the Refugee Crisis in Southeast Europe & South Caucasus This paper is the product of IISA research and HOLDS Foundation fieldwork in refugee camps/sites. By exploring both the causes of the refugee crisis — particularly post-Communist history of the Balkans and Southern Caucasus regions — and effects the crisis has had on host […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/featured/2017/08/ghettoization-insecurity-destabilization-the-refugee-crisis-in-southeast-europe-south-caucasus/

REPORT: Dynamics of Russo-Iranian Collaboration in Syria

The Syrian Civil War has been raging for more than half a decade, and has attracted the interventions of numerous external actors from across the globe. Whether interested in promoting peace or ensuring that their preferred faction increases influence, these external actors are as important to delineating the longevity and prospects of the conflict as […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/featured/2017/04/report-dynamics-of-russo-iranian-collaboration-in-syria/

‘Netherlands: Ours Again’

The defeat of Geert Wilders — leader of the Dutch Partij Voor de Vrijheid (PVV) “Party for Freedom” — in the March general elections of the Netherlands was hailed as a triumph by European politicians. German Chancellor Angela Merkel commented the result ‘was a good day for democracy’, and French President François Hollande expressed the […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/featured/2017/04/netherlands-ours-again/

Mosul: The Day After; Understanding the Strategic and Humanitarian Consequences of Defeating IS in Iraq

Understanding the Strategic and Humanitarian Consequences of Defeating IS in Iraq Editor: Peter Mitchell Senior Advisor:  Dr. Muhanad Seloom Researchers: Erkan Gursel & Tim Hulse  A joint report by the Neo-Jihadism and Refugee/Border Policy Programmes at the Institute of Islamic Strategic Affairs Executive Summary: > Islamic State (IS) may lose Mosul but will remain as […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/featured/2017/03/mosul-the-day-after-understanding-the-strategic-and-humanitarian-consequences-of-defeating-is-in-iraq/

Palestine Under Trump

There is no doubt that Trump’s incoming administration is going to drastically alter the relationship between Israel and the United States, with seemingly dire effects for Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza. Obama, to his credit, worked hard to highlight Israel’s illegal activity in the treatment of its Occupied Territories, culminating in an historic […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/featured/2017/02/palestine-under-trump/

Refugee Education: A Big Challenge

When a child is forced to flee their country, their educational process is interrupted and rarely continued. In September 2016, UNHCR launched “Missing out: Refugee Education in Crisis”, a report that indicates the decline in learning opportunities when children are forced to flee their homes. The majority of the world’s refugees – 86% – are sheltered by […]

Published Author
Topics
Link https://iisa.org.uk/featured/2017/01/refugee-education-a-big-challenge/
  Older posts