Iqbal Ahmed

Iqbal Ahmed is a public policy graduate student at George Mason University, Arlington, VA, specializing in global policies on technology, economy, politics, and social reform. He completed a study abroad program at Oxford University, UK in summer 2011 on European Union policies. Iqbal has written for Foreign Policy Journal, Global Politician, and NPR’s “This I believe.”

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RIA Novosti
RIA Novosti

The Deal that Brought Ukraine to the Brink

and 03.20.14
  • Ruben Flamarique
    Ruben Flamarique

    Ethnic Strife in Burma: A History of Violence

  • Pete Souza
    Pete Souza

    Gilani’s Exit Highlights Tensions in Pakistan

  • Al Jazeera
    Al Jazeera

    Will Pakistan Apologize to Bangladesh for its War Crimes?

  • Senat Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej
    Senat Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej

    Burma’s Reform: An Opportunity or a Threat?

  • via Wikimedia;
    via Wikimedia;

    Arlington and Shenzhen: A Tale of Globalization, Innovation, and Technology

  • Petr Kosina
    Petr Kosina

    The Food Piracy of Monsanto in India

  • Raymond Depardon
    Raymond Depardon

    One Day in April of 1971

  • Chatham House
    Chatham House

    Is Burma Moving Towards Democratic Reforms?

  • Financial Times
    Financial Times

    Can Imran Khan Change Pakistan?

  • Jonathan McIntosh

    Poverty: A Social Burden or a Challenge?

  • Chatham House
    Chatham House

    Grameen in the U.S.: Is it Sustainable?

  • Laura Elizabeth Poh
    Laura Elizabeth Poh

    Us vs. Them – Is It About Immigration Or Us?

  • Ratko Mladic

    Serbia’s Prospects for EU Membership