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Gulf reconciliation is nothing more than a temporary truce

Gulf reconciliation is nothing more than a temporary truce

It seems that the reconciliation that was announced at the Gulf summit in Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia, between the Arab Quartet countries (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain) and Qatar is nothing but a repeated chapter of relations between the two parties
Pax Americana In The Gulf

Pax Americana In The Gulf

The Gulf countries, especially the United Arab Emirates, are pursuing a fierce anti-Turkey policy in the region.
A glance at Egypt: Cairo flips the script in Libya, agrees to cautious reconciliation with Qatar

A glance at Egypt: Cairo flips the script in Libya, agrees to cautious reconciliation with Qatar

The synchronization of the Turkish and Egyptian visits to Tripoli has significance, suggesting that Cairo and Ankara have the same purpose in Libya.
Ethiopian instability: rising terror and the international occupation of GERD

Ethiopian instability: rising terror and the international occupation of GERD

Ethiopia is on the verge of collapse due to internal tensions, which could result in serious problems for most of Africa, but opportunities for some.
The year that changed the world order: exclusive views on 2020 from 18 countries

The year that changed the world order: exclusive views on 2020 from 18 countries

We have gathered some words about 2020 from analysts closely in touch with their own countries. We present to you an international panorama from geographies all around the world.
2020: main events and trends of the year

2020: main events and trends of the year

Major global trends 2020
Normalization with Israel: from the frying pan into the fire

Normalization with Israel: from the frying pan into the fire

Israel's leadership of the region is nothing but a true embodiment of the new Middle East project that American officials spoke about before the Arab Spring.
The war in Ethiopia: revenge of the Amhara, the future of GERD, and the potential migrant crisis

The war in Ethiopia: revenge of the Amhara, the future of GERD, and the potential migrant crisis

The failed policies of the neoliberal Abiy Ahmed could destabilize all of Eastern Africa
Contradictions at the heart of the political deadlock in the Eastern Mediterranean

Contradictions at the heart of the political deadlock in the Eastern Mediterranean

Contradictions at the heart of the political deadlock in the Eastern Mediterranean
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