China’s Aggressive Trade in Africa, Threats and Challenges

Sino-African relations are not spur of the moment, but have prolonged  and deep roots in ancient and modern history. The sources said that China-Africa relations flourished in the fight against European colonialism, which made both sides facing misères. Since 2009, China has become the largest trading partner with Africa until today. As China emerged as […]

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NYCFPA: International Community must Protect Iranian Citizens, Condemn Regime

New York Centre for Foreign policy Affairs (NYCFPA) condemned the Iranian government’s Bloody crackdown on peaceful protests that broke out across the county this month.   Iran has witnessed a series of deadly protests since 15 November which erupted in Ahvaz city. Iranian citizens took to the streets in various cities to organize anti-government protests over […]

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A Review of European Strategy to Counter Terrorism

A report published by New York Center for Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) focused on Terrorism, especially in the West. It discussed counterterrorism strategy against every form of extremism used by Europe. Terrorism is a true danger to the rule of law, basic human rights enjoyment and democracy. For this reason, numerous strategies are being adopted […]

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Challenges and Prospects of UN Counter Terrorism Strategy

A report published by New York Center for Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) focused on the UN strategy to fight terrorism.  In addition, the report discussed  the UN Framework to Strengthen the Fight against Terrorism. Moreover, the report took into consideration the role of UN in Protecting Human Rights during Fight against terrorism and ending financing […]

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China must Respect International Law and End Crackdown on the Uyghurs

New York Centre for Foreign Policy Affairs raised concerns about the latest media reports showing the miserable living conditions the Uyghurs experience in the detention camps and in Xinjiang in China generally. Thus, it shed light on the grave human rights violations taking place there. The Uyghurs are Turkic-speaking Muslims from the Central Asian region. […]

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Lebanon Uprising and Impact for the Region

New York Center For Foreign Policy Affairs (NYCFPA) is holding a discussion on the Lebanon uprising, implications for the region, and U.S. Foreign Policy moving forward. Event hosted by the National Press Club. Moderated By:Steven M. Schneebaum – Principal of Steven M. Schneebaum, Interim Director, International Law and Organizations Program, Johns Hopkins SAIS Including Expert Speakers:Marwa […]

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NYCFPA: Latest Attacks on Idlib Worsening Already Dire Humanitarian Situation

New York Center For Foreign Policy Affairs expressed its grave concern regarding the ongoing assaults by Syrian government forces backed by Russia that have been started from February 2019 against densely-populated areas, medical and health facilities and schools in Idlib province, the northwestern corner of Syria. As reported, these appalling attacks killed and injured thousands […]

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NYCFPA Condemns Iraqi Government Crackdown on Peaceful Protests

Iraq’s latest wave of protests erupted on 1 October 2019 when Iraqis took to streets in their thousands in Baghdad and across the country decrying the country’s deteriorating economic conditions, widespread government corruption, unemployment, and lack of basic services and denouncing Iraq’s ruling Islamic parties and their Iranian allies. Iraqi protesters called for toppling  Adel […]

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Open Letter to House Committee on Homeland Security,

Date: 19 Oct 2019  Ref: OL- CO-30 To: US Representative Mr. Max Rose House Committee on Homeland Security, Chair, Subcommittee on Intelligence and CounterterroristWashington, DC Office1529 Longworth HOBWashington, DC 20515Phone: (202) 225-3371   Subject: UAE handing over America Weapons to Terrorist groups and Violent Militias In Yemen, urgent action required. Dear Mr. Rose, I’m writing on behalf of the […]

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Chinese Concentration Camps Part of Economic Development Initiative

Some describe this resettlement, combined with the concentration camps is a slow-motion ethnic cleansing of the region. This spring, the United States accused China of putting ethnic minorities in “concentration camps.”  China call them “reeducation and vocational training centers” but the ethnic minority Uighurs who have escaped describe horrific conditions in the camps. But according […]

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