Kabir Bhatia discusses how the Houthi uprisings in Yemen have offered Iran the opportunity to renew its hegemonic aspirations in the Middle East
Kabir Bhatia examines the Yazidi belief-system, and the justifications used by the Islamic State for the Yazidi genocide
The looting and destruction of antiquities in Iraq and Syria by the Islamic State terror front threatens to wipe out the cultural legacy of the Bronze and Iron ages; the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine civilizations; and Sufi and Shi’ite traditions.
With the deadline for the Outline Agreement on Iranian nuclear energy quickly approaching, it is necessary to outline the Iranian, Israeli, and American stances in order to separate the pragmatic from the hypocritical.
Will the Minsk II Talks prove successful in bringing about an end to the Russo-Ukrainian conflict?
In Part two of a two-part series on Nigeria’s upcoming elections, Kabir profiles Goodluck Jonathan and Muhammadu Buhari, the leading presidential candidates.
In part one of a two-part series on Nigeria’s upcoming elections, Kabir explores the threat posed by Boko Haram to national stability, and the Nigerian and African Union responses therein.
As Libya approaches ‘Failed State’ status, the UN is rushing to find a peaceful solution.
Kabir examines the lessons that can be learned from previous security leagues when shaping a modern commonwealth security pact.
In his latest article, Kabir Bhatia explores Uganda’s, Goa’s, and Russia’s anti-homosexuality stances, and their roots in the doctrines of the Orthodox and Catholic churches.