By Jacob Lindelöw Berntson During the last few years, the tiny Gulf nation of Bahrain has seen an unprecedented number of its citizens getting their citizenships revoked by their own government. Although Bahrain is by far the worst offender, this measure … Continue reading Revoking citizenships in Bahrain, Turkey and France: why is going rogue en vogue?
By Geoff Moore [This is the second part of a two part analysis of what is happening in contemporary Iraqi politics.] Parliamentary Update The first half of April has already been a tumultuous period in Iraqi politics. The April 10th deadline … Continue reading Something’s Rotten in the State of Iraq (Part 2)
By Geoff Moore You may have come across the news on March 25th of a bombing at an Iraqi football stadium south of Baghdad in which at least 29 people were killed. Yet, as has been the case ever since … Continue reading Something’s Rotten in the State of Iraq (Part 1)