In Pakistan, sectarianism and religious extremism not only run rampant, they are ingrained in social reality.
Author: Mustafa Ahmedani
Mustafa Ahmedani is a third-year Political Science and History student at UCLA concentrating in International Relations. He is a Managing Editor for the Journal on World Affairs and has published work in supranational organizations and campaign finance.
In the face of GCC sanctions, Qatar has persevered, and with its perseverance has come ambition, primarily in the form of a fortuitous alliance with Iran.
The GCC member states’ pocketbooks may be safe, but its governmental trajectory is headed for a tempestuous political bankruptcy.