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.

Blog
Mar 5, 2009

Tension brewing between Azerbaijan and Armenia

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
Mar 3, 2009

Pakistan: Symptoms of growing instability

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.
News
Feb 20, 2009

Afghanistan on life support

Nima Maleki
Afghanistan appears stuck in a decades old calamity of continuous war, and now Canada and its NATO allies are in the thick of it.
Blog
Feb 19, 2009

The Taliban’s sanctuary in Pakistan: the FATA

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
Feb 18, 2009

Fatal incoherence in Afghanistan

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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