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  • Hamas–Israel War and the Evolution of Iran’s ‘Resistance Geopolitics’

    Since the Hamas’s cross-border attack in Southern Israel on 7 October and Israel’s severe military response in Gaza, Iran has been central to both public and policy discussions about the potential expansion of the conflict into a wider regional war. Given that Iran-backed Lebanese Hezbollah and the Houthis in Yemen were quick to target Israel’s northern and southern borders, respectively, Tehran’s regional ‘proxy network’ has dominated discussions about the possibilities of conflict escalating into a direct war involving the US, Israel and Iran.

    January-February 2024

    The Indian Navy and Maritime Security in the Red Sea

    The Indian Navy has played a vital role in securing maritime trade routes in the Red Sea.

    February 19, 2024

    Gaza War and the Risk of Major Regional Escalation

    While the Israel–Hamas conflict was initially concentrated around Gaza, the risks have since escalated to other regions as well.

    February 02, 2024

    Israel–Hamas Conflict and Maritime Security in Red Sea

    The Houthi actions have highlighted the need for reliable and enhanced maritime security measures in the Red Sea.

    January 19, 2024

    Israel–Hamas War 2023: Beyond IDF’s Military Operations Lie Israel’s Intractable Challenges

    While Israel is determined to destroy Hamas, terrorist groups are known to survive the loss of their leaders and members.

    December 01, 2023

    Israel–Hamas Conflict: Between Legitimate Combat and Inadmissible Violence

    The complexity of the challenge in the Israel–Hamas conflict should not deter from the need to uphold humanitarian law and minimise the suffering of civilians by both the protagonists.

    November 28, 2023

    Israel–Hamas Conflict and the Cyber Realm

    Hamas and its affiliates, along with other hacktivist groups, have conducted numerous cyber operations against Israeli targets.

    November 17, 2023

    Israel-Hamas Clash: What it Means for West Asia?

    The Israel-Hamas clash diminishes prospects for the revival of the peace process and strengthens Hamas’ position as the preeminent Palestinian faction.

    May 25, 2021

    Vipin asked: When people in Gaza don't recognise the Palestinian National Authority, how can there be a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine question?

    Md. Muddassir Quamar replies: It would be incorrect to assume that the ‘people in Gaza’ do not recognise the Palestinian National Authority (PNA). In fact, between 1994 and 2006, the Gaza Strip, along with parts of the West Bank, had remained under the PNA administration in accordance with the Oslo Accords. The problem is between Hamas and Fatah, the two dominant factions of the Palestinian national movement.

    Border is the core of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

    Rather than frittering away its limited leverage on issues such as refugees, settlements or borders, the international community should focus on borders as a means of resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by posing a simple question to Israel: where do you begin, and where do you end?

    March 05, 2019