THE WAR IN YEMEN: UNNECESSARY, PREVENTABLE AND STOPPABLE?

NEWThe conflict in Yemen started in
March 2015, in the Middle East’s poorest country. After four years of ground operations and aerial bombing, what is the status of the war now? Have the aims of any of the belligerents been achieved? Given the heavy toll on civilians, has the loss of life been justified?

China's mass detentions and incarceration of Uyghur Muslims

NEW
iNSIGHTS Issue no. 3, February 2019

A TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE – THE INCARCERATION OF TARIQ RAMADAN

NEW
iNSIGHTS Issue no. 2, January 2019

Will the UK government reverse its policy on Saudi Arabia?

NEWiNSIGHTS Issue no. 1, December 2018

Summary Note: Cordoba Intellectual Revisions - Arab and Muslim National Security: Debating the Iranian Dimension

NEWAs part of its Cordoba Intellectual Revisions Series, a seminar on 'Arab and Muslim National Security: Debating the Iranian Dimension' was held on the 11th of January 2013. The summary note of that seminar is presented here

Occasional Papers: Sustainable Peace for a Sustainable Future

NEWOccasional Papers is a publication of The Cordoba Foundation that provides a medium for diverse opinions, presenting a comprehensive view of the myriad perspectives pertaining to dialogue and cross-cultural exchange. This is done by publishing important contributions by experts and world leaders

Summary Note: Cordoba Intellectual Revisions - The Arab Spring through the lens of the Islamic Movement

NEWAs part of its new Cordoba Intellectual Revisions Series, a seminar on 'The Arab Spring through the lens of the Islamic Movement' was held on the 2nd of November 2012. The summary note of that seminar is presented here

Summary Note: ODI-TCF High Level Roundtable on the Crisis in Rakhine State, Myanmar

NEWOn 13 September 2012, the Humanitarian Policy Group of the Overseas Development Institute (HPG/ODI), in partnership with The Cordoba Foundation (TCF), held a closed-door high-level roundtable on the crisis in Rakhine State, Myanmar. The aim of the roundtable was to provide forum for the sharing of information, analysis and strategies, and to enhance coordination between the Government of Myanmar, the United Nations agencies, humanitarian agencies working or planning to work in Rakhine State, and regional organisations.

The summary note for this meeting is presented here