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Dr. Azeem Ibrahim
Dr. Azeem Ibrahim

Azeem Ibrahim is Senior Fellow at the Centre for Global Policy and Adj Research Professor at the Strategic Studies Institute, US Army War College. He completed his PhD from the University of Cambridge and served as an International Security Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and a World Fellow at Yale. Over the years he has met and advised numerous world leaders on policy development and was ranked as a Top 100 Global Thinker by the European Social Think Tank in 2010 and a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. He tweets @AzeemIbrahim

Myanmar’s failed experiment with democracy

Myanmar has come a long way since its days as a closed authoritarian state led by a military junta which characterised most of its history. One could argue the beginning of the end of the junta stated...

Will the US-UK ‘special’ relationship deliver a swift post Brexit deal?

Earlier this year, President Obama’s advisor on National Security confirmed that former Prime Minister David Cameron prompted Obama to remark that the UK would be “back of the queue”...

Will the UK reintroduce treason laws?

With ISIS in Syria and Iraq almost fully defeated, western nations now have to contend what to do with hundreds of fighters who left their shores to make the long journey to establish the caliphate...

Myanmar’s state counselor and whitewash commissions

As more and more international bodies refer to Myanmar’s treatment of the Rohingya as genocide, Aung San Suu Kyi did what she does best to distract the international community: she set up...

Building a strategic response to Islamist terrorism

Last month saw the first anniversary of the terrorist attach on London Bridge. A great deal of time and effort has been put into counter-terrorism in the since then.And on the information available,...

Pakistan’s ‘Muslim solidarity’ disappears on Uyghurs issue

Pakistan is an Islamic Republic, and over the last decades the polity has become increasingly religious in its character. Religious rhetoric has long motivated the more extreme edges of the political...

Target the educated: Genocide textbook in Myanmar

There has been some resistance to labelling the attacks against the Rohingya in Myanmar as genocide.Yes, some approximately 1 million Rohingya population in the north-western Rakhine state had been...

Ugly face of Scottish nationalism

One of the favorite tropes on one side of the Scottish independence debate is that nationalism in Scotland is not like nationalism in Hungary, Russia or the US. It is not “ethnic...