Opinion

Tunisia: Battle of Ideas between Animosity and Polity

Tunisia’s political scene is witnessing a revolution that neither the deep state nor the secular intelligentsia saw coming. The al-Nahdha party...

Structural Transformation Pressures Intensify Intra-Gulf Economic Competition

It has long been argued that the model of the economy, politics, security, and foreign policy built by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member...

The Turkish-Egyptian Rapprochement: Prospects for the Future

Following the release of numerous statements in the last couple of weeks by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Turkey’s P...

The Syrian Regime is on Trial: The Koblenz Court Process

It has been a decade since the protests in Syria began. During this period, more than half a million Syrians lost their lives, many more were...

The Pope’s Visit to Iraq and Turkmens

The historical visit by Pope Francis to Iraq that started on March 5, 2021 covered five governorates of Iraq, Baghdad, Najaf, Dhi Qar, Mosul and...

Pope Francis’ Visit to Iraq

Twenty-one years after the prospective pilgrimage visit by Pope John Paul II to the Iraqi city of Ur in 2000 was canceled by Saddam Hussein, Pope...

The Future of Syrian Regime to the East of the Euphrates: From Rotation of Shift to Clashes

The Syrian regime never gave up on its goal of regaining control of the region east of the Euphrates, which is currently under the control of the...

Algeria: Hirak’s Achievements vs. Hirak is The Solution

Algerians are still wondering about the February 22, 2019 peaceful Hirak’s achievements and animosity. According to the realist analysts, a...