Yacqub Ismail is an editor and a regular contributor of International Policy Digest and a political analyst. His work has appeared in the Horn Diplomat, Foreign Policy News, Gulf State Analytics, Rising Powers Project, and Russian Council of International Affairs.
Author Archive | Yacqub Ismail
India in a New World of Great Power Tensions
Can the U.S. Take Advantage of Russian-Iranian Tensions?
Yacqub Ismail 06.23.19
France’s Strategic Footprint in East Africa
Yacqub Ismail 06.04.19
Russia’s New Role in the Korean Peninsula
Yacqub Ismail 04.27.19
Egypt Seeks a New Role in the Greater Middle East
Yacqub Ismail 04.24.19
Russia’s Endgame in Libya
Yacqub Ismail 04.08.19
China in Europe’s Heartland
Yacqub Ismail 03.31.19
Pakistan’s Effort to Mediate the Yemen Crisis is a Tough Mountain to Climb
Yacqub Ismail 10.30.18
Are India and Russia Drifting Apart?
Yacqub Ismail 10.09.18
Assad’s Offense in Idlib and Russia’s Combination of Diplomatic and Military Outreach
Yacqub Ismail 09.05.18
Macron in Moscow: Is a Détente Possible?
Yacqub Ismail 07.17.18
On U.S.-Africa Relations: Interview with David Shinn
Yacqub Ismail 05.28.18
Doha Seems to be Closer to Washington than 10 Months Ago
Yacqub Ismail 04.23.18
Russia and Sudan are Cozying Up
Yacqub Ismail 03.26.18