About Masum Billah
Masum Billah is a Staff Writer for The GeoStrategists. A Graduate from the Department of International Relations at the University of Dhaka, Masum Billah is a human rights activist. He writes columns on human rights, foreign policy, and terrorism.
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Bannon Loses Breitbart Job, and Trump Loses Bannon?

January 10, 2018 Masum Billah 0

The U.S. President Donald Trump’s ex-chief strategist and the most trusted adviser Steve Bannon has stepped down from Breitbart News organization. Breitbart is a right-wing news organization where Steve Bannon built his reputation through a massive campaign for Donald Trump and the right-wing groups. […]

India’s Race for Hegemony in the Indian Ocean

November 15, 2017 Masum Billah 0

The Indian geopolitical aspects began to weigh in the Indian Ocean periphery kind of officially with the Indian government’s recent involvement in the race of regional hegemony in the face of the superpowers’ continuous shots to establish local and trade domination in the given context. […]

The Kurdish Referendum Unites Turkey, Iran and Iraq

September 30, 2017 Masum Billah 0

Iraqi Kurds have overwhelmingly voted for independence. Over 92% of the Iraqi Kurds have opted for independence in a recently held referendum which was unanimously opposed by the regional countries including Turkey, Iran and obviously Iraq. Baghdad has been very outspoken against the Kurdish independence referendum. […]

Gulf Crisis Drags on Vexing Qatar

September 26, 2017 Masum Billah 0

The more Saudi Arabia distances itself from Qatar, the more Iran gets closer to Qatar. A Qatar-Iran pact could cost Saudi Arabia way more than a friendly small neighbor Qatar who pursues independent policies. […]

Colombia: A Farewell to Arms

September 11, 2017 Masum Billah 0

The absence of peace in the last fifty years affected the normal lives of Colombia, a South American country in a vicious way. The government of Colombia had been fighting against the FARC rebels for the last half a century. The longest survived guerilla group FAARC engaged in a civil war against the Colombian government in 1964. […]

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