China-US trade war
Monthly Review, March 2020
Geopolitical events of March
Will the US and Israel strike Iran amid the COVID-19 outbreak?
NYT: a number of officials in the Trump administration are insisting on the need to take advantage of the Iran`s weakening and strike
Expert: Onur Sinan Güzaltan
Last week in Turkey: Turkish-Russian cooperation targeted in Syria
Although the Coronavirus has become the main subject of interest in Turkey and the rest of the world, the geopolitical struggle in Syria also continues.
Expert: Cem Gürdeniz
A century after the Occupation of Istanbul, we must ensure it is not occupied again
Almost exactly 100 years ago, in the middle of the night between March 15 and 16, 1920, British and French forces raided the Sehzadebasi Military Barracks in Istanbul
Expert: Emad Abshenass
Coronavirus and Iranian-Arab relations
Relations between Iran and Arab countries have had ups and downs throughout history.
Сoronavirus world shock, oil collapse, Idlib
geopolitical events of the week
New evidence suggests coronavirus may have originated in the US
More and more dignitaries and journalists around the world are beginning to argue that the source of the new type of coronavirus could have been US Department of Defense biological laboratories
Epidemics in world history: the coronavirus in context
How serious is the problem of coronavirus in comparison with other major outbreaks of the past?
Expert: Musadiq Parsa
The US – Taliban deal and dual power in Afghanistan
One week after signing the US agreement with the Taliban in Doha, Kabul faced a serious political crisis ahead of the inter-Afghan peace talks.
Expert: Omid Shokri Kalehsar
Coronavirus and a new crisis in the world oil market
Supply and demand are the two central elements of price stability in the global energy market
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