Kabir is the Program Editor for Emerging Security at the NATO Council of Canada. He graduated in 2014 with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from York University. He worked as a Policy Analyst at York University from May to July 2014, where he developed a program proposal to increase undergraduate student research in the Faculty ofLiberal Arts. He also worked as a Research Assistant from August to October 2014, where he conducted research on the structural inequalities prevalent in the global garment industry. Kabir is interested in the rise of non-state actors and their role in violent political transformation.
Kabir Bhatia argues that the Islamist Jihad lacks legitimacy due to its violation of Just War principles, Quranic text, and the Hegelian logic of duality.
In his latest article, Kabir Bhatia explores the Sony hack, the controversial film The Interview, and the importance of the continued protection of freedom of expression.
Kabir Bhatia tries to make sense of the contradictions inherent in the fight for a fundamentalist Islamist order by female Jihadis.