Archive for the ‘Advanced Committees’ Category

Situation in Libya

October 3rd, 2014 by admin

How can the Arab World ensure stability in Libya as well as the region of the Middle East and North Africa after intensive armed conflict between the Gadhafi regime and various rebel opposition groups? The Libyan Arab Jamahiriya has been subject to the growing phenomena of the Arab spring, as nations in the Arab world […]

Uprising in Syria

October 3rd, 2014 by admin

Syria, an esteemed member of the Arab League, has been entangled in a conflict between the Assad regime and oppositional groups. Is the Syrian uprising a foreshadowing of the latest case of the Arab Spring? Or will the Arab League and international community diffuse the issue before casualties increase? Peaceful anti-government protests in the Syria […]

The Eurasian Crisis

October 3rd, 2014 by admin

NATO was effectively established in 1949 as a system of collective defense of its member states against an external aggressor, at that time, being the Soviet Union. This mandate continues into the present and must address the threat of the Russian Federation occupation of previously independent Eurasian states. On March 21, Putin annexed Crimea, which […]

Afghanistan

October 3rd, 2014 by admin

As NATO’s mandate in Afghanistan comes to a close, there is expected to be a substantial withdrawal of its International Security Assistant Forces (ISAF) by December 2014. A new and different NATO mission will then advise, train, and assist the Afghan security. As it approach withdrawal, NATO must aid in the creation of sustainable government […]