In this episode of Digital Divides, Nedka Babliku and Adam Garrie explore the fallacy of ‘one size fits all’ solutions to international conflicts. Taking this theme forward, they explore why President Duterte’s proposals for Federalism will benefit The Philippines while for Syria, a fully unitary state is needed to preserve […]
Author: Nedka Babliku
With “Israel” threatening to obliterate Lebanon, Syria and Iran simultaneously, it beggars belief that anyone could still think that the Zionist regime represents anything other than pure, unbridled aggression. However, there remain some who are still persuaded by the unjustified “victim narrative” perpetuated by the regime to silence all opposition to its […]
Reading Qatari propaganda is like reading a poorly written children’s conspiracy book: all fiction and no facts. Yet unlike a children’s book, it is entirely devoid of any entertainment value. In less than a year, Qatar has gone from an active member of the GCC to an isolated entity cut […]
On this weeks’ Digital Divides, Nedka Babliku and Adam Garrie discuss the implications of Turkey’s Operation Olive Branch in Syria as well as the Saudi/UAE row in Yemen.
Much has been spoken and written about the poison that is Zionism and Takfiri terrorism, but little about its antidote: Arab Nationalism. Arab Nationalism came about as a reaction against colonialism in North Africa and the Levant, unlike for instance European nationalism which has it roots in racial supremacy, imperialism and […]