Organization of Islamic Cooperation
December 20, 2021
Islamic World Pitches Ways to Aid Desperately Poor Afghans
By Kathy Gannon
Aid channeled through the Islamic Development Bank would provide a cover for countries to donate without dealing directly with the Taliban regime.
August 13, 2020
Is Pakistan Losing Saudi Arabia?
By Sudha Ramachandran
By attempting to arm-twist Riyadh on the Kashmir issue, Islamabad is undermining relations with a long-time patron.
August 10, 2019
What Did the Middle East Think of India’s Kashmir Change?
By Guy Burton
The response from the Muslim powers in the Middle East has been noticeably muted.
March 05, 2019
India at the OIC: Has ‘History Been Made’?
By Jayesh Khatu
India’s presence at the latest OIC meeting is historic, but ultimately a stepping stone toward more engagement with the Muslim world.
May 11, 2018
Did the OIC’s Dhaka Declaration Snub the Kashmir Problem?
By Faisal Mahmud
Kashmir barely rated a mention in the document, while host Bangladesh called for India to gain observer status in the OIC.
April 01, 2017
Reconciliation is the Only Path to Peace in Afghanistan
By Ambassador Abdullah Abdulrahman Alim
Afghanistan can have a bright future, but it has to start with political reconciliation.
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