DC Experts Scrutinise UAE-KSA Arm Supplies to Terror Groups in Yemen

Washington, D.C. – On Monday, January 27th, 2020 – New York Center for Foreign Policy Affairs held a discussion panel at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies entitled, “Betrayed by an Ally: U.S. National Security Interests in the Middle East.” The discussion revolved around terrorism in the Middle East with special focus on […]

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Turkish Intervention in Libya and Potential Ramifications

Libya is an African country holding the largest oil reserves in the region and is considered a key player in the gas natural resources market. In the aftermath of the fall and death of long-time Libya’s former ruler Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has become chaos- a wracked country torn by violence and conflicts from […]

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Should America hold Arms Expert to Saudi Arabia and UAE

The United States supports the Saudi-UAE campaign in Yemen. This has basically included providing logistical services and training, arms sales, and sharing intelligence for targeting. This support is important for Saudi Arabia and UAE to proceed with their air campaign that still targeting civilian areas and essential civilian infrastructure in violation of international law. Yemen was […]

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Iran’s Aggressive Interventionist Policy in Horn of Africa

Iran’s attempts for influence on the horn of Africa dates back to the 1979 Islamic Revolution. These attempts have been complex due to Iran’s unremarkable historical presence in Africa, and as the adherence to Sunni and Sufi forms of Islam among Africans, Muslims have been predominant. Despite this, Iran has established several institutions in the […]

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NYCFPA: World without Soleimani is now Safer

New York Center for Foreign Policy Affairs condones the American assassination of Qasim Soleimani, giving that Soleimani is a very dangerous military figure in Iran, behind Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and has been playing a very negative role in supporting conflict in the middle east and funding of proxies in different countries. Consequently, this endangers the […]

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