2 Oct, 2020

Weekly Wire (October 2, 2020)

Al Sharq Strategic Research | 02 October 2020

A special summit among the EU member countries kicked off in Brussels. During the summit, the growing tension in the Mediterranean, relations with Turkey, protests in Belarus, and problems concerning Nagorno-Karabagh, and economic cooperation with China will be discussed. The top discussion is expected to be on the relations with Turkey and rising tension in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Weekly Wire (October 2, 2020)2020-10-05T16:46:31+03:00
10 Sep, 2020

How COVID-19 Affects Complex Conflicts: War and Postwar Implications in Yemen

Mohammed Sinan Siyech | 10 September 2020

The civil war in Yemen has now been raging for a full five years with the complicated, multi actor conflict taking place across multiple geographical regions of the nation

How COVID-19 Affects Complex Conflicts: War and Postwar Implications in Yemen2022-05-10T16:38:12+03:00
1 Sep, 2020

The Eastern Mediterranean: A Severe Conflict Scene for Geopolitical Rivalry

Mehmet Emin Cengiz | 01 September 2020 | TR | AR

The emerging security and energy equation in the Eastern Mediterranean has been increasingly becoming a decisive dynamic for the MENA region. The growing disputes and competition over maritime zone boundaries due to the lucrative [...]

The Eastern Mediterranean: A Severe Conflict Scene for Geopolitical Rivalry2020-11-06T16:26:38+03:00
1 Sep, 2020

How can we understand Egypt’s role in Libya and Eastern Mediterranean

Aly El Raggal | 01 September 2020 | TR | AR

Egypt has been withdrawn and pre-occupied with its internal affairs and the after-effects of the revolution, resulting in the destabilization of its internal security by the arms smuggling coming from Libya. In 2014, Egypt [...]

How can we understand Egypt’s role in Libya and Eastern Mediterranean2020-12-31T12:43:16+03:00
1 Sep, 2020

Turkey’s Push for Exploring Gas Can Potentially Make it Harder for Russian State Companies to Negotiate Long-term Deals with Ankara

Anton Mardasov | 01 September 2020 | TR | AR

Russia’s strategic agenda in the Eastern Mediterranean is shaped around the same factors that determined Soviet conduct there: the region’s geographic role as a foothold for influencing political and economic events and the trade [...]

Turkey’s Push for Exploring Gas Can Potentially Make it Harder for Russian State Companies to Negotiate Long-term Deals with Ankara2020-12-31T12:43:26+03:00
1 Sep, 2020

Israel Faces a Difficult Balancing Act in the Eastern Mediterranean

Selin Nasi | 01 September 2020 | TR | AR

Escalating political tensions that are sparking fears of a hot conflict in the Eastern Mediterranean go beyond a competition to control energy and natural resources. Instead, the tensions reflect a multilayered, geopolitical power struggle [...]

Israel Faces a Difficult Balancing Act in the Eastern Mediterranean2020-12-31T12:43:34+03:00
1 Sep, 2020

Turkey Sees no Real Role for NATO in the Eastern Mediterranean

Sinan Ulgen | 01 September 2020 | TR | AR

German mediation between Turkey and Greece should be considered as a serious diplomatic engagement. Traditionally, the US has acted as a mediator and facilitator in disputes between Ankara and Athens. However, nowadays under the [...]

Turkey Sees no Real Role for NATO in the Eastern Mediterranean2020-12-31T12:43:59+03:00
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