1 Feb, 2021

A Decade of Tunisia’s Revolution Ongoing challenges and lasting effects

Ezzeddine Abdelmoula | 01 February 2021

Since 2011, every 14 January, Tunisians celebrate the annual anniversary of their revolution. This year, the celebration was different as it marks the passing of a decade after the toppling of former president Zine [...]

A Decade of Tunisia’s Revolution Ongoing challenges and lasting effects2021-02-02T12:41:37+03:00
30 Dec, 2020

Reflections on Obama’s Narration of America in the Middle East: No “Promised Land” for Arabs

Larbi Sadiki | 30 December 2020 | TR | AR

Narratives matter in politics, and the narratives of the powerful tend to reinforce their international supremacy. Barack Obama’s latest contribution to the American presidential memoir genre will likely carry significance beyond a truthhood-falsity barometer we have grown accustomed to use with the epithets, statements, and Tweets of the sitting President Donald Trump
Reflections on Obama’s Narration of America in the Middle East: No “Promised Land” for Arabs2020-12-31T15:32:56+03:00
23 Nov, 2020

Biden’s policy toward Saudi Arabia: mounting pressure or a potential deal?

Amjad Ahmad Jebreel | 23 November 2020 | TR | AR

This article was originally written in Arabic. The election of Joe Biden as President of the United States of America may mark the beginning of change in U.S. policy towards Saudi Arabia, which may [...]

Biden’s policy toward Saudi Arabia: mounting pressure or a potential deal?2020-12-31T12:39:40+03:00
23 Nov, 2020

Prospects on the US-Israel Relations under Biden’s Presidency

Fatih Şemsettin Işık | 23 November 2020 | TR | AR

The expectations are high for Joe Biden’s incoming administration after winning the U.S. presidential election. Considering the wreck of problems left behind from the Trump administration, these expectations will be even higher regarding the [...]

Prospects on the US-Israel Relations under Biden’s Presidency2020-12-31T12:39:50+03:00
23 Nov, 2020

A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy May Be the Biggest Threat to the US-Turkish Relations During the Biden Administration

Ozgur Unluhisarcikli | 23 November 2020 | TR | AR

There is no doubt that an election in any democratic society is an important event for its citizens, but elections in the United States are consequential for all societies. Whether they say it explicitly [...]

A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy May Be the Biggest Threat to the US-Turkish Relations During the Biden Administration2020-12-31T12:40:10+03:00
23 Nov, 2020

The New American Administration and the Limitation of Hope

Mohammad Affan | 23 November 2020 | TR | AR

Last July, President-Elect Joe Biden tweeted, “No more blank checks for Trump's favourite dictator” referring to Egyptian President Abdul Fattah Al Sisi. While this tweet gives a clear indication that the relations between Washington [...]

The New American Administration and the Limitation of Hope2020-12-31T12:40:33+03:00
27 Oct, 2020

The Distribution of Oil Incomes and the Danger of the Partition of Libya

Furkan Alperen Sonkaya | 27 October 2020

Although Libya’s armed rebellion was successful in toppling down the autocratic regime of Muammar Gaddafi, it failed to secure a peaceful transition of power or maintain stability and unity in the country. The emergence of two rival administrations in 2014, the UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) in Tripoli and the Tobruk administration with the House of Representatives (HoR), paved the way for a multi-actor civil war across the country.
The Distribution of Oil Incomes and the Danger of the Partition of Libya2020-10-27T17:29:55+03:00
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