Geopolitics and International Relations

The Indigenized War on Terror and Its Implications for the Muslim World

The War on Terror that began twenty years ago was both a byproduct and an extending tool of

Geopolitics and International Relations

Protecting the Vulnerable: Failures of the Liberal Order and the Potential for an Umma-Centered Global Imaginary

Since August 2019, the Indian government has advanced its settler-colonial project in

Geopolitics and International Relations

The United States, West Africa, and Islam: Connections, Romanticization, and Securitization

Ummatic thinking will require not just a global consciousness but also attention to the

Geopolitics and International Relations

Towards an Ummatic Economic Discourse

Economic woes remain one of the foremost challenges facing the Muslim world. A decade has passed

Geopolitics and International Relations

Is Deglobalization Real? And What Can We Do About It?

In 2009 The Economist noted that, contrary to the accepted dogma that globalization was