Dr. Shady Abdelwhab
Executive Editor-in-Chief - Trending Events Periodical
Executive Editor-in-Chief - Trending Events Periodical Head of Security Studies Unit - FARAS
Red Sea Alliance
Containing Threats in a Turbulent Regional Order
Saudi Arabia declared the inauguration of an alliance including six countries on the coast of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.
A War of Necessity
What if there Was No Intervention in Yemen?
Rising criticism in western media questioning the rationale of this war and demanding its abrupt stop requires further investigation.
Divided We Stay
The Prospects of Inter-Kurdish Fighting in Iraq
The failure of the Iraqi Kurdish secession movement can be explained through lingering historical divisions among Iraqi Kurds.
Is the Independence of the Iraqi Kurdish Region Possible?
The President of Kurdistan’s Regional Government (KRG), Masoud Barzani, proceeded with conducting an independence referendum.
Ramming and Stabbing
Why Unsophisticated Tactics are utilized by ISIS?
The latest terrorist attacks have raised concerns regarding the unsophisticated techniques that ISIS is utilizing.
Implications of the Rising Terrorist Attacks in Egypt
Tensions have risen between the Quartet countries and Qatar over stopping the latter’s support for terrorism.
London's Terror Attack
Security Flaws Necessitate Reviewing Security Policies
The subsequent terrorist attacks that hit Britain opened a debate about the efficiency of Britain’s security forces.
Living with Terrorism
How the British Policies towards Islamists Backfired?
The Manchester attack reflects escalating terrorist threats, despite that UK has been sympathetic towards radical Islamic Groups.
The Demise of the Turkish Democratic Model
Erdogan’s rule of Turkey, which extends to August 2019 is paving the way to the end of the once praised Turkish model.