Iran
Opinion

Iran warns nuclear enrichment as a response to US sanctions and nuclear scientist’s assassination

As an impulsive move to the recent assassination of its nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iranian hardline leaders threatened to increase the Islamic Republic’s nuclear enrichment

Libya
Opinion

Continued Turkish provocations undermine peace in Libya

Turkish Defense Ministry spokesman Pinar Kara said publicly on Sunday that the Turkish army has trained 2,301 Libyan soldiers, and 264 people have received military

Qatar
Opinion

Qatar violates international law, stops two Bahrain vessels conducting maritime exercise

On Wednesday, Bahrain accused Qatar of violating international law, when latter intercepted two of its coastguard vessels conducting maritime exercise in its territorial waters. Bahrain’s

Al-Qaeda
Opinion

Identikit of the new leader of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb

Abu Obeida Yousef Al-Annabi, the second man in the terrorist organization Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, succeeded to AbdelMalek Droukdel. The leader of the

Russia_Turkey
Opinion

Russia and Turkey inflame anti-European sentiments

Communication plays an increasingly important role in the policies of each country and, above all, in geopolitics. Each country enjoys the support of public media

Iran
Opinion

Iran-US tensions might flare up as IRGC upgrades itself to a multi-purpose warship

On Thursday, Iran’s elite wing of armed forces, Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps disclosed to the world its new multi-purpose warship. The vessel, named after slain

syria
Opinion

Why the conflict in Syria is still far from a solution

The Syrian conflict seems far more complicated than other scenarios in the Middle East. That has been clear since the beginning of the uprising in

Libya
Opinion

UN organises Libya talks in Tunisia, making way for lasting peace

On Monday, UN opened peace talks between the warring factions of Libya. The talk was organised in the neighbouring Tunisia to prepare ground for fair

Joe_Biden
Opinion

Joe Biden’s victory frightens the Ankara Government.

Sunday, 08 November, 2020. Biden’s election victory will shock Ankara, which is trying to improve relations between the United States and Turkey, which have soared

Emmanuel_Macron
Opinion

France must reconsider its foreign policy for Middle East

Once a crucial player in the Middle East, France is witnessing a diminishing role in the region, particularly after its foreign policy failures in Libya,