6 Jul, 2021

Iran and the Gulf Dialogue: Does Raisi’s Call for “Collective Security” have any chance of success?

Fatima Al Smadi | 06 July 2021 | AR | TR

Despite a relatively fixed outline defining the Islamic Republic’s foreign policy regardless of its president’s political leanings since the Islamic Revolution, there are nonetheless fundamental observable differences across the successive eight political administrations in [...]

Iran and the Gulf Dialogue: Does Raisi’s Call for “Collective Security” have any chance of success?2021-08-03T15:00:31+03:00
1 Jul, 2021

The Second Berlin Conference on Libya: What changed, what didn’t?

Inga Kristina Trauthig | 01 July 2021 | TR

On 23 June, international and Libyan representatives met in Berlin to discuss the progress of and ongoing challenges to a stable, peaceful Libya. The conference however was highly reminiscent of January 2020, as the [...]

The Second Berlin Conference on Libya: What changed, what didn’t?2021-07-01T09:33:24+03:00
21 May, 2021

The Presidential Election in Syria and its Possible Political Implications

Suhail al-Ghazi | 21 May 2021

On April 15, the Speaker of the People’s Assembly, Hammouda al-Sabbagh, announced that presidential elections in Syria would be held on May 26 and called for candidates to submit their applications to the Supreme [...]

The Presidential Election in Syria and its Possible Political Implications2021-05-21T11:27:00+03:00
30 Apr, 2021

Greece, Israel, Cyprus and UAE: the congruence of a strategic partnership?

Harun Karcic | 30 April 2021

April was a busy month in the Mediterranean, particularly for the countries currently witnessing the birth pangs of a new strategic relationship: Greece, Israel, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Cyprus
Greece, Israel, Cyprus and UAE: the congruence of a strategic partnership?2021-04-30T15:53:21+03:00
27 Apr, 2021

How the UAE seeks to leverage the GERD Nile dispute

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey | 27 April 2021

Renewed attempts to reach a breakthrough over Ethiopia’s River Nile dam faltered on April 4, as Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi reiterated his warnings of a conflict. Tensions are therefore extremely high over the ongoing construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
How the UAE seeks to leverage the GERD Nile dispute2021-04-27T15:29:00+03:00
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