Islamism in the Arab World

By Kenan Kabbani The following essay was submitted to us by guest writer Kenan Kabbani. This essay explores the definition of "Islamism", a brief background into its rise, and its role in contemporary Arab politics and society. This was submitted to Professor Tareq Ramadan's course on Arab Society in Transition at Wayne State University.  The... Continue Reading →

The Generals

By Mustafa Rasheed The Trump administration’s cabinet and officials have been the subject of national attention in matters of controversy and ideology. One interesting characteristic of this administration is its striking number of military officials in key positions. Appropriately, General Joseph Dunford is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Lieutenant General H.R.... Continue Reading →

On the United Nations Security Council

By Mustafa Rasheed Formed in the aftermath of World War II, the United Nations Security Council is one of the most iconic bodies of the inter-governmental organization. Understanding the importance of international cooperation, this essay does not encourage a country to secede. Rather, this essay briefly analyzes the flaws in the Security Council and recommends... Continue Reading →

On Overconfidence

By Mustafa Rasheed The following essay briefly explores the root of conflict in modern post-colonial countries that are currently ravaged by violence and conflict. Additionally, it explores the imperialist/superior attitude of a superpower over a smaller country through the experience of the United States and Iraq. This is a continuation of a series of essays... Continue Reading →

On Terrorism and Ideology

By Mustafa Rasheed The following essay briefly addresses the ideological roots of terrorism and juxtaposes the current "War on Terrorism" mainly in the Middle East and North Africa with the American political scare of communism during the Cold War, "The Red Menace". The following essay is a continuation of a series of essays I wrote... Continue Reading →

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