2 Feb, 2024

The Global Solidarity with the Palestinian Cause: Breaking Narratives and Shaping Policies

Taqwa Nedal Abu Kmeil | 02 February 2024 | TR | AR

In recent times, there has been a significant surge in global solidarity towards the Palestinian cause, marked by widespread demonstrations and events in many Western cities. This phenomenon represents a critical moment in international [...]

The Global Solidarity with the Palestinian Cause: Breaking Narratives and Shaping Policies2024-02-05T12:53:58+03:00
6 Dec, 2023

The US&Israel Alliance Attacks in Syria and Iraq and the Emerging Global Order

Mehmet Emin Cengiz | 06 December 2023 | TR | AR

Since the eruption of the Gaza war, the question of whether the crisis would take a regional shape has made headlines in international media outlets. The aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines sent to the [...]

The US&Israel Alliance Attacks in Syria and Iraq and the Emerging Global Order2023-12-06T18:58:01+03:00
5 Dec, 2023

How Did Hamas’ Al-Aqsa Flood Operation Affect the Israeli Presence in the Horn of Africa?

Taqwa Nedal Abu Kmeil | 05 December 2023 | AR | TR

The general stance of Sub-Saharan African countries tends to support the Palestinian cause for several reasons. Foremost among them is the fact that the occupation endured by the Palestinian people since 1948 resonates in the [...]

How Did Hamas’ Al-Aqsa Flood Operation Affect the Israeli Presence in the Horn of Africa?2023-12-05T17:23:48+03:00
8 Feb, 2023

Turkey-Syrian Regime Talks: Is Normalization a Real Possibility?

Mehmet Emin Cengiz | 08 February 2023

Almost 12 years following the outbreak of the Syrian conflict, Turkey, the most important supporter of the Syrian opposition, has been making overtures to normalize relations (or at least start a political opening) with [...]

Turkey-Syrian Regime Talks: Is Normalization a Real Possibility?2023-02-17T16:53:21+03:00
21 Sep, 2022

What Liz Truss’ leadership could mean for UK foreign policy in the Middle East

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey | 21 September 2022 | TR

What Liz Truss' leadership could mean for UK foreign policy in the Middle East Liz Truss was nominated as the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister on 5 September, replacing her predecessor Boris Johnson, the man [...]

What Liz Truss’ leadership could mean for UK foreign policy in the Middle East2022-09-27T11:44:18+03:00
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