Politics

Ebrahim Raisi: A New Page in Iran’s Political Book

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The results of the June 18th presidential elections suggested the continuation of the regime, the adoption of an evidently more hardline...

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Turkey’s Breakup with the West

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In ‘The Clash of Civilizations’, Samuel Huntington made an argument that has become solidified progressively over the past years. He...

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Inside Iran’s Electoral Chaos: What Comes Next After Rouhani?

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Iranian presidential elections are to take place in less than two weeks, and the electoral setting is still one of uncertainty, political...

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Mediating During Crisis: Is the UAE Prepared?

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UAE’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah as-Sisi in Cairo, Egypt, to discuss about the progress of...

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Libya’s Interim Government: A New Chapter?

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In March, Libya’s new interim government was appointed, intending to replace both the warring Government of National Accord (GNA) based...

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Somalia: The Land of Political Crisis

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The African continent caught international attention once more, when Somalia’s President Mohammed Abdullahi Mohamed signed a contentious...

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Nukes, sanctions and other stories: Iran Nuclear Deal 2.0?

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In a region that has marginalized and isolated it, Iran is called to stand up for itself once more, being represented by a struggling...

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Unravelling the China-Iran Agreement: What lies ahead for the Middle East?

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By signing a 25-year cooperation agreement with Iran, China has dynamically made its presence felt in the Middle East. The oil-rich and...

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Greece and Turkey on the Negotiation Table

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In what was described by many as a ‘heated exchange’ or even a bickering between the two neighbors, Greece’s Foreign Minister Nikos...

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Erdogan’s Turkey: On A Path To Glory (?)

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By now, the effects of the January 2021 US Election have settled in. The focus of US politics has shifted towards mending, rather than...

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