Excerpts: “Assyrians have inhabited the Middle East since the beginning of recorded history. Both secular and Christian Assyrians, unlike the Kurds, are steadfast in their pro-Jewish and pro-Israel views,” “…both secular and […]
The Near East Center for Strategic Engagement (NEC-SC) is an academic and operationalized policy studies/research institution and think tank that provides political-military analyses and assessments of Middle Eastern affairs for a diverse international cliental representing both government and private interests. Drawing on a wide range of professional experience and expertise, NEC-SC conducts intelligence briefings, prepares reports, and develops associated informational materials relevant to achieving individual client objectives. NEC-SC also sponsors educational programs and multimedia presentations aimed at promoting awareness and increasing knowledge among the general public of Middle Eastern peoples, nations, topics, and issues. Additionally, NEC-SC serves as the military advisory group for the Assyrian Army in Iraq (Dwekh Nawsha), working in collaboration with Assyrian military and civilian leaders and private military contractors to provide tactical, operational, and strategic planning, direction, training, and support for conducting combat and civil affairs operations against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. In tandem with its military mission.
In a wide-ranging interview with Raman David, on 12 JUN 18, LTC Sargis Sangari, CEO NEC-SE, discussed the threat to Iraq’s sovereignty from Turkey and Iran, the validation of a possible Civil […]
Excerpt: “Today, the outgoing MPs who lost their re-election bids voted to change the election law and remove all the members of the High Commission of Elections, who had begun certifying the election results. […]
In the Iraqi parliamentary elections held on 12 MAY 18, 250 of 328 sitting members of parliament were voted out of office. Today the outgoing MPs who lost their re-election bids voted […]
Breitbart Exclusive – Iraqi Lawmaker-Elect Vows to Push for ‘Christian Province’ to Ensure Future of Faith
Excerpt: “The future of Christianity in its cradle of Iraq is contingent upon the establishment of a separate province for the persecuted minority, an Iraqi member of parliament recently elected to represent […]
Excerpt: “Assyrian Christians in Iraq maintain hope that peace will indeed come to their own troubled region, where they must contend with the loss of all but one of their seats in […]