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Al-Sharq – 05/07/2018, issue 10976 On 5 June last year,  with arbitrary actions of four states, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt, began Qatar’s blockade. The blockade started with a hacking operation and expanded to a clear violation of the human rights of citizens and foreign residents […]

Qatar has stood, will they survive?


Huffington Post Greece – June 29, 2018 Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s victory in Turkey’s parliamentary and presidential elections was clear months before, despite all the figures projected by western media about the decline in popularity. We should, however, stick to the outcome of the parliamentary elections in which the ruling AKP […]

Turkey after Erdoğan’s election victory


Al-Sharq – June 17, 2018, issue 10958 After a relative lull in the war in Yemen, the sounds of the weapons returned again. The goal this time was Al-Hudaydah and specifically its harbor. Some may see it as a reasonable and anticipated move, but looking at the details of the […]

Marine lanes and oil are two main reasons for the ...


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – June 14, 2018, issue 9215, p. 21 It is important for us as researchers and political observers to understand where the Middle East is generally going and monitor the evolution of the conflict between Israel and Iran particularly in Syria. Despite the refusal of many observers that the […]

Between Israel and Iran … Assad in the bottleneck



Huffington Post Greece – June 11, 2018 Since the first year of assuming power by the new French President Emmanuel Macron, we have seen great progress and revitalization in Paris’ traditional policy. The young president is trying hard to bring France back to the forefront of international politics from the […]

Macron’s new strategy in the international arena


LastPoint.gr – May 30, 2018 In the recent clashes in Gaza, the most violent after the 2013 war and counting over 75 dead and 2,000 injured, tens of thousands of residents who tried to bypass the dividing line with Israel, were confronted with the Israeli army’s bullets. Many may wonder […]

Gaza: Between siege and fire



Huffington Post Greece – May 19, 2018 Following the new terrorist attack in Paris, questions have arisen again about the actual extermination of ISIS and the effectiveness of the means used. The Paris attack, which was carried out by a young French knight stabbing civilians and whose responsibility has been […]

The rebirth of ISIS



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