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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.
“Israel has to give up ‘Kurdistan’ before true rapprochement”
Bilateral ties have seen tensions since the attack on the Mavi Marmara, part of the Gaza Flotilla to reject Israeli blockade on Gaza, and in 2017 the Turkish Ambassador to Israel was called back.
2020: main events and trends of the year
Major global trends 2020
Turkey and Iran targeted by broad US-Israeli plot
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu announced that Tel Aviv, the United States and Arab countries have agreed to work together against Iran.
‘The US gives the orders, but Israel is the perpetrator’: Iranian journalist on Fakhrizadeh assassination
An interview with Iranian journalist Mohammed Gadiri about the target of the Fakhrizadeh assassination, its background and the discussions that followed
From Western Sahara to Somaliland: the new block of Israel and Gulf countries and changes in African geopolitics
Will Africa become the center of confrontation between Turkey and the union of Israel and the Persian Gulf monarchies?
A glance at Egypt: Years of cold peace between Egypt and Israel destroyed by one photo
Key-events of the last week (Egypt)
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.
Blowing up the Middle East? Pompeo, Trump and Netanyahu
Mr. Netanyahu, is trying to provoke a war with Iran by assassinating the Iranian scientist, before Netanyahu’s great protector, Donald Trump, leaves the White House
“Blue Homeland” triumphs at the UN
The Turkish Defense Ministry announced that the United Nations (UN) has registered a memorandum between Turkey and Libya on the demarcation of maritime borders.
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