This war in Yemen is not a religious one, but world powers are doing a really good job at turning it into one.Read More
About the Author
Catherine Shakdam is a political analyst for the Middle East with a special focus on Yemen and radical movements. The Associate Director of the Beirut Center for Middle Eastern Studies, she has contributed her analyses to the Middle East Monitor, Foreign Policy Association, Your Middle East, IslamistGate, Majalla, ABNA, Open Democracy, International Policy Digest, Eurasia Review and many more. A regular commentator on NewsMax and Etijah TV she has also worked as a contributing analyst for Wikistrat and helped oversee several rights campaign in both Yemen and Bahrain.
While foreign media support the notion that Azerbaijan has fallen into the totalitarian trap, Baku has argued that the press lack objectivity.Read More
The Ever-Thorny Azerbaijani-Armenian Dossier: A Territorial Dispute With Broad Regional Implications
As Armenia and Azerbaijan’s hands remain on the trigger, it could well be the region that stands to get caught in the cross-fire.Read More
As Yemen looks poised for the next stage in its transition of power religious fault-lines are threatening to unravel the impoverished nation.Read More