Opinion See All

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...

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...

Policy Brief See All

Early Parliamentary Elections in Iraq and Nineveh

Iraq’s early elections, which will be held on 10 October 2021, are seen as a significant step in the country’s modern history. For the...

Turkey and Iraq: Missed Opportunities for Collaboration

Since the establishment of Iraq in 1921 and Turkey in 1923 as modern states, relations between the two countries have been based on two main...

Stalemate in Turkey’s Relations with Iraq: Iran-Backed Militia Groups

Relations between Turkey and Iraq have gained significant dynamism in recent years. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the world,...

Analysis See All

The Spread of Insecurity from North Africa to the Sahel and the Questioning of French Regional Presence

Today, the global security agenda is concentrated on countries such as Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq, especially within the context of non-state...

Increasing Attacks of Shia Militia Groups and the Future of Us Forces in Iraq

The Iraq region has witnessed many conflicts and turmoil with the US invasion in 2003. After 2003, many non-state actors other than the legitimate...

The Libyan Conflict and the Changing Position of European Actors

The intervention in the political processes in Libya of some EU countries, especially France, Italy and Germany, has recently gained a new...