Al Jazeera

CIC non-resident fellow Faiza Shaheen goes on Al Jazeera's Studio B: Unscripted to discuss how to combat racism in their respective fields of genetics and economics. They also examine the legacy of empire and how this has affected notions of identity and belonging at a time of polarisation and distrust.

Mar 28, 2021
Faiza Shaheen

Al Jazeera quoted an analysis by the Congo Research Group (CRG) in an article about the trial of Vital Kamerhe, a top aide to Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi.

"Never in Congo's political history over the past two decades has such an important player on the political scene been put behind bars," the article quotes CRG's May 7 analysis as saying.

May 11, 2020

When - or if - completed, a new natural gas pipeline would carry 33 billion cubic metres of gas from Turkmenistan through three South Asian countries. 

Pakistan and India would each purchase 42 percent of the gas; the remaining 6 percent would go to Afghanistan. Afghanistan would receive about $400 million per year in transit fees, equal to about 25 percent of the state's total domestic revenue in 2015.

Jan 04, 2016
Barnett Rubin
South Asia, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan