Nima Maleki

Nima Maleki is a policy analyst and consultant, currently the Director of Research and Community Engagement for the not-for-profit Maple Key. 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.

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Jun 21, 2009

Iran: Post-election news regularly updated

Nima Maleki
Regular updates of events following the Iranian election. Demonstrations and clashes with security forces have followed a presidential election widely viewed as rigged.
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Jun 20, 2009

Iran's post-election upheaval: June 13 to June 20

Nima Maleki
Details and analysis of demonstrations and political events following the Iranian election. Demonstrations and clashes with security forces have followed a presidential election many view as rigged..
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May 28, 2009

Contemporary art as a victim of war

Nima Maleki
War trauma is an often unnoticed factor in art, and how contemporary art can inspire political emancipation. From Paul Virilio to Alain Badiou.
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May 22, 2009

Afghanistan and the contest for power

Nima Maleki
The cycle of long war in Afghanistan has justified the expansion of US-led influence in a region pivotal in a continent-spanning contest for power.
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Apr 27, 2009

Maritime Trade

Nima Maleki
Ninety per cent of global trade was transported via sea routes in 2006, and has a strategic and commercial dimension.
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Apr 16, 2009

How is Canada redistributing its foreign embassies?

Nima Maleki
The Canadian government's planned foreign office closures in Bosnia and Cambodia, as well as new openings in emerging markets are part of a foreign policy transformation rolling out since 2007.
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Apr 15, 2009

New U.S. military budget to grow

Nima Maleki
The proposed U.S. defence budget will increase expenditures by almost 4 per cent and help maintain that country's share of nearly half of all global military spending.

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