The rise of the Ba’ath party in Syria in the 20th century: The role of pan-Arabism and Arab socialism

Politics & Civil Society in the Middle East By Alyazya Akhazraji (2019) The information in this paper is limited due to the word limit The rise of the Ba’ath movement marked the first half of the 20th century in the Middle East, especially in Syria and Iraq. The Ba’ath is an Arab socialist movement founded … More The rise of the Ba’ath party in Syria in the 20th century: The role of pan-Arabism and Arab socialism

The Russian Interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: Analyzing Legal Aspects of Cyber Espionage in International Law

POL 305 – Public International Law: Research Paper By Alyazya Alkhazraji and Yuvika Bhatia Written in 2018 The context, activities, and area of espionage are extensive. It can be conducted either through hiring spies, people that secretly gather information from within a country or organization or through an impermissible entry or hacking of technological infrastructures of … More The Russian Interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: Analyzing Legal Aspects of Cyber Espionage in International Law

AUSMUN 2019 Newsletter

As part of the American University of Sharjah’s 12th annual Model United Nation’s media team, I wrote two articles and co-wrote one alongside my colleague Frederikke Christiansen for the AUSMUN 2019 newsletter. Click here to Download Click here to Redirect to AUSMUN  

Factors Impeding Afghan Women from Participating in Parliament

INS330 – Women in Politics Research Assignment The development of women’s rights, the establishment of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs in 2002 and the introduction of reserved seats for women in the constitution in 2004 have given women in Afghanistan a promising future in politics (Amoo-Adare, 2009). This year, more women are running in the … More Factors Impeding Afghan Women from Participating in Parliament