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NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

Today, Turkey is the least of NATO's problems: the contradictions have grown much deeper than a single wayward member of the alliance
12/05/2019
‘Mavi Vatan’: perspectives of Turkish sea power

‘Mavi Vatan’: perspectives of Turkish sea power

“The one who rules the seas, rules the world” Barbaros Hayreddin Paşa, Grand Admiral of the Turkish Fleet in the sixteenth century
12/04/2019
Severing the Third Hand in Iran

Severing the Third Hand in Iran

Iranian Authorities knew well that their decision to triple the price of gasoline was going to lead to strong civil dissatisfaction, and that people would likely take to the streets to express their opposition to the measure
12/02/2019
“INTERNAL DYNAMICS” OR “EXTERNAL INTERFERENCE” IN THE ARAB WORLD? Part 2

“INTERNAL DYNAMICS” OR “EXTERNAL INTERFERENCE” IN THE ARAB WORLD? Part 2

About protests in Iraq, Lebanon and Algeria
12/01/2019

What will China do about Hong Kong?

US President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 into law
11/30/2019
Pressuring Iran by burning its consulate: Will Tehran retreat?

Pressuring Iran by burning its consulate: Will Tehran retreat?

The Islamic Republic is currently in the strongest position it has been in for 14 centuries
11/29/2019

Iraq: color revolution or domestic change?

Mass protests have been held in Iraq for more than a month
11/28/2019
Protest in Iran and Iraq and Hong-Kong elections

Protest in Iran and Iraq and Hong-Kong elections

geopolitical events of week
11/25/2019

“Internal dynamics” or “external influence” in the Arab world?

Two different viewpoints have been prominent in analyzing the weeks of mass protests in Iraq, Lebanon and Algeria...
11/25/2019

Iranian Kurds: separatists or pro-government?

Kurds constitute 10% of Iran's population, generally residing along its western borders.
11/24/2019
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NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

NATO Summit: Turkey as a litmus test for a collapsing alliance

Today, Turkey is the least of NATO's problems: the contradictions have grown much deeper than a single wayward member of the alliance
12/05/2019
‘Mavi Vatan’: perspectives of Turkish sea power

‘Mavi Vatan’: perspectives of Turkish sea power

“The one who rules the seas, rules the world” Barbaros Hayreddin Paşa, Grand Admiral of the Turkish Fleet in the sixteenth century
12/04/2019
Monthly Review November

Monthly Review November

Geopolitical events of November
12/03/2019
Severing the Third Hand in Iran

Severing the Third Hand in Iran

Iranian Authorities knew well that their decision to triple the price of gasoline was going to lead to strong civil dissatisfaction, and that people would likely take to the streets to express their opposition to the measure
12/02/2019
“INTERNAL DYNAMICS” OR “EXTERNAL INTERFERENCE” IN THE ARAB WORLD? Part 2

“INTERNAL DYNAMICS” OR “EXTERNAL INTERFERENCE” IN THE ARAB WORLD? Part 2

About protests in Iraq, Lebanon and Algeria
12/01/2019
What will China do about Hong Kong?

What will China do about Hong Kong?

US President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 into law
11/30/2019
Pressuring Iran by burning its consulate: Will Tehran retreat?

Pressuring Iran by burning its consulate: Will Tehran retreat?

The Islamic Republic is currently in the strongest position it has been in for 14 centuries
11/29/2019
Iraq: color revolution or domestic change?

Iraq: color revolution or domestic change?

Mass protests have been held in Iraq for more than a month
11/28/2019
Protest in Iran and Iraq and Hong-Kong elections

Protest in Iran and Iraq and Hong-Kong elections

geopolitical events of week
11/25/2019
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