Opinion

Russia keeps the post of Syrian Chief of the General Staff

Almost four years ago, on January 1, 2018, the head of the Syrian regime, Bashar al-Assad, issued Decree No. 1 of 2018, which stipulates a government...

Will the Arab world’s first female prime minister be a solution to the crisis in Tunisia?

Tunisian President Kais Saied took an important step towards overcoming the political crisis triggered by the decisions he took two months ago and...

How will the death of Grand Ayatollah Muhammed Saeed al-Hakim affect the Shiite world?

Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Muhammad Saeed Al-Hakim, one of the four major Shiite authorities in Iraq, died in Najaf at the age of 85 due to a heart...

Second Round of Turkish-Egyptian Exploratory Talks within the Framework of Regional Crises

The future of Turkish-Egyptian normalisation talks will be hitting a new milestone on 7-8 September as an Egyptian delegation, led by Deputy Foreign...

An economic deal with a political agenda: Power supply plan for Lebanon

Sidelined from international politics for years, the Syrian regime is re-engaging in regional deals as Washington seeks to limit Iranian...

The Saudi Perspective Towards Baghdad Summit

The latest diplomatic engagements between regional actors show that there is a new kind of alignment or power configuration/balance. It is likely to...

Geopolitical Motivations behind Algerian-Moroccan Rivalry

The Algerian government announced that it had cut diplomatic relations with neighboring Morocco as of 24 August 2021. Algerian Foreign Minister...

Biden Administration’s Saudi Dilemma

For a while, institutional and societal ties between Saudi Arabia and the United States have been strained. Although the U.S. heralds that it will...