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Mardean Isaac

Independent Writer and Researcher

Mardean Isaac is a British-Assyrian novelist, journalist, researcher and editor. He holds a BA in English Literature from Cambridge University and an MSt from Oxford University. 

Contributions

Opinion

What Comes After the Defeat of ISIS in Mosul?

In the run up to the operation to recapture Mosul from ISIS, the indigenous communities of the Nineveh Plain are the victims of a competition over who controls the region.

Mardean Isaac

14 Oct 2016

Opinion

Assyrian Plight: The Untold Story

One of the less widely known consequences of ISIS' devastating rise in northern Iraq is the existential threat it has unleashed against the Assyrian people, writes Mardean Isaac.

Mardean Isaac

20 Aug 2015

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