Md. Muddassir Quamar

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  • Md. Muddassir Quamar is a researcher with the Middle East Institute, New Delhi. He recently submitted his PhD thesis on social reforms in Saudi Arabia at the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

    The Turkish Referendum and Its Impact on Turkey’s Foreign Policy

    Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Md Muddassir Quamar’s article on referendum on the constitutional amendment bill in Turkey to change the form of government to presidential system, titled, ‘The Turkish Referendum and Its Impact on Turkey’s Foreign Policy’ was published in E-International Relations on May 22, 2017.

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    May 22, 2017

    Here's How President Mahmoud Abbas Visit Signals India’s New Approach Towards Palestine

    Assistant Fellow, IDSA, Md. Muddassir Quamar’s article on Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ recent India visit, titled ‘Here's How President Mahmoud Abbas Visit Signals India’s New Approach Towards Palestine’ was published in on May 20, 2017.

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    May 20, 2017

    India-Turkey Relations: Frozen in Time?

    India-Turkey relations are expected to gradually move in a positive direction based on new found interests and some common grounds.

    May 12, 2017

    Turkish Referendum: Will it lead to Autocratic Rule?

    The post-referendum changes in Turkey will have far reaching implications not only for the form of government but also for the long-term future of the republic and adversely affect democratic consolidation.

    April 20, 2017

    Will Khan Sheikhoun Reshape the War in Syria?

    The Syrian decision to use chemical weapons on civilian targets in Khan Sheikhoun in an effort to seek control of the last rebel held territory of Idlib and the US reaction have created a new dynamics in the Syrian crisis.

    April 07, 2017

    India - UAE Relations: New Dimension to Strategic Partnership

    As India seeks to enhance economic engagement and deepen security cooperation with the Gulf, it finds a willing partner in the UAE.

    February 17, 2017

    Is Turkey Heading Towards a Presidential System?

    The Turkish republic stands at a crucial juncture today. The latest constitutional amendment will change Turkey’s 94-year old parliamentary system of government. As the constitutional amendment bill awaits referendum, serious questions arise about the direction in which Turkey is heading.

    February 03, 2017

    Elections in Kuwait: Will it lead to Political Instability?

    The November elections in Kuwait have thrown up some intriguing scenarios. Having won nearly half the seats, if the opposition groups decide to unite under one banner and insist on taking on the government, the possibility of a fresh stalemate in the country cannot be ruled out.

    December 06, 2016

    Saudi Arabia’s Yemen Conundrum: No End in Sight

    Riyadh’s military intervention has neither forced the Houthis to the negotiating table nor has it restored the Hadi government in Sa’naa.

    November 09, 2016

    Is Turkey’s insistence on a military role in Mosul a strategic miscalculation?

    Turkey’s insistence on a role for itself risks escalating the already fraught sectarian situation in Iraq, undermining Iraqi sovereignty and not yielding any significant military or political gains for itself.

    October 28, 2016