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Nima Maleki's blog

Nima Maleki is a policy analyst and consultant. His writings focus on international relations and the impact of philosophy on politics and art. Nima is also studying communication, philosophy and politics at the European Graduate School.

Blog - Nima Maleki's blog April 13
Nima Maleki | <p>A world without nuclear weapons? A survey of the regions of Eurasia and the Middle East shows this is a daunting challenge.</p>
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog April 9
Nima Maleki | <p>A short documentary on Palestinian youth living in Israel. Investigates questions of identity, politics, and gender.</p>
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 31
Afghanistan before the drawing of the 1893 Durand Line
Nima Maleki | Military intervention into Pakistan, and war as police action for global peace and order.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 28
Nima Maleki | Saeb Erakat, a chief Palestinian negotiator, responds to Benjamin Netanyahu's prime ministerial plans for Israel to change focus from a two-state solution to an 'economic peace' plan.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 27
Nima Maleki | US plans in the so called Afpak war taking shape, a look at Israel's use of drones in attacks on Gaza, and Iran's role in Afghanistan and Iraq in the face of presidential elections.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 25
Nima Maleki | A growing network of energy pipelines are criss-crossing Eurasia, giving form to the political instability, military tension, and wars erupting in the large expanse of territory from Europe to Asia.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 18
Nima Maleki | Iran's air defence may be boosted by Russia, it's conflict with Kurdish seperatists continue, and the Iranian parliament opposes yet another of president Ahmadinejad's bills.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 17
Nima Maleki | President Ahmadinejad’s last electoral victory clearly delineated a rising conservative group and a political policy that has shaken Iran’s three decades old post-revolution state system.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 6
Nima Maleki | This article will briefly review the function and foundation of the latest government in Afghanistan, so that the reader can understand the structural form of the new system.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 6
Nima Maleki | This article will briefly review the function and foundation of the latest government in Afghanistan, so that the reader can understand the structural form of the new system.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 5
Nima Maleki | An unresolved conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia risks igniting renewed war between these two countries and pulling regional players into the conflict.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 5
Map of Tajikistan
Nima Maleki | Tajikistan, Afghanistan's neighbour, risks slipping into instability as its people struggle with daily survival. The spread of violence could risk destabalizing Afghanistan and the region.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog March 3
Nima Maleki | Pakistan is growing increasingly unstable while the civilian government, rife with corruption, loses the respect of its people and threatens the stability of democratic principles.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog February 19
Nima Maleki | Afghanistan has grown increasingly unstable since the US invasion of that country. The Taliban had time and space from which to regroup and reorganize: in Pakistan.
Blog - Nima Maleki's blog February 18
Nima Maleki | "Strategic chaos" threatens to deepen insecurity in Afghanistan. The symptoms of collapse are heavily reported but the plan remains more of the same.

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