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Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Nov. 13, 2018, issue 9365, p. 21 At the time that the Turkish armoured vehicles and rockets sound at the border of the city of Ayn al-Arab (Kobane), the Turkish government is rushing to the next steps. The initial stability of the exchange rate of the Turkish […]

From the trenches of Ayn al-Arab to the walls of ...


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Oct. 23, 2018, issue 9344, p. 21 The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has always had a great deal of weight in the Middle East and internationally because of its advantages, such as its oil deposits. Saudi Arabia is currently the second largest oil exporter in the world […]

Mohammad bin Salman from the beginning to the brink of ...





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


Huffington Post Greece – Apr. 30, 2018 In one of my previous articles, I explained in detail the change in the US strategy in the Middle East and urged the Arabs to redesign their strategy without taking into account the moves of the current US government. In an unprecedented move in the US […]

Pompeo in Tillerson’s place: the effects on the Middle East ...


Originally published in the Greek weekly newspaper “Paraskinio”, issue 614, p. 39, on Jan. 20 The ocean corridors, dominated by the US after the Second World War and the end of the Cold War, have been and are still one of the main causes of wars and influence among international […]

The conflict on the maritime corridors between the Mediterranean and ...



Al-Quds Al-Arabi – issue 9020, p. 21, Nov. 28, 2017 Yes … the Syrian revolution has been betrayed by all the international partners and the Arab brothers. Yes … minorities clung to the sectarian monster at the expense of freedom and democracy. Yes … the Syrian people knew that the […]

The last line of hope


The atmosphere in Lebanon is electrified in the last two weeks after the announcement of the resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri from Riyadh. Although, according to Reuters, the resignation was made under pressure from Saudi Arabia, it is certain that its timing is not accidental if we take […]

The war against Hezbollah, the international factor and the role ...


Paraskinio – Nov. 11, 2017, issue 602, p. 47 In recent days, there have been various developments in the wider Middle East region. The announcement by Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri of his resignation from Riyadh early last week was a major shock inside the Lebanese administration which was surprised […]

The “Cold War” in the Middle East


Paraskinio – issue 602, p. 46, Nov. 4, 2017 Nine months after Donald Trump took over as the leader of the White House, investigator Robert Mueller began to publish his first research on the influence of Moscow in the recent US presidential election. This information indicates the direct and indirect […]

Putin’s “chess” – Russia’s role in the Middle East and ...