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Tunisia: What does President Kaïs Saïed Want?

Days have passed since the bold move by President Kaïs Saïed to freeze the parliament, firing his prime minister, Hichem Mechichi, who...

Cold Peace between Qatar and the United Arab Emirates

Before 2011, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) were small Gulf countries that positioned themselves under the security umbrella of the US....

Algeria: Political Immobility and Credibility of Elections

Algeria’s early legislative election results of 12 June left analysts in a dilemma in terms of possible scenarios of a break-through...

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Situation of the Turkmens in the 62nd Anniversary of the Kirkuk Massacre

Many massacres were committed against the Turkmens, the third largest segment of the society in the Kingdom of Iraq that was established in 1921...

The Wheat and Bread Crisis in Syria and its Impact on the Population

The regime-controlled areas are facing a bread and wheat crisis as a result of an economic crisis that affects the living conditions in Syria....

Analysis of Territorial Control in Northeast Syria

This paper sheds light on the updated map of control in the eastern regions of Syria (al-Raqqa, al-Hasakah, Deir ez-Zor), and focuses on...

Analysis See All

Terrorism in Mozambique: Ansar al-Sunna and International Actors

Africa stands out among other conflict areas around the world as one of the regions where political violence is most prevalent in terms of the...

Arab People's Approach to Israeli Policies toward Palestinians: A Twitter Analysis Study on Sheikh Jarrah Crisis

Israeli politics has been undergoing significant difficulties for more than two years. The Israelis went to the polls on March 23, 2021 for the...

An Uncertain Future: Egypt’s Quest for Stability and Repositioning in Foreign Policy

Relations between Egypt and Turkey have always progressed on a sustainable trajectory since the establishment of ties in 1925, despite ups and...