• Analysis: Is Trump seeking EU breakup?

    Trump’s anti-EU attacks make media headlines every now and then, making many analysts suggest that the American president is targeting the very existence of the 28-nation bloc.

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  • Analysis: Has Bolton offered carrot to Syria to get Iran out?

    Doomed failure of US plans in Syria is nearing its end as Syrian army is rapidly advancing on in the country’s southern fronts against the Washington-backed militants, moving Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton to unveiled a significant change in the White House position on the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

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  • Analysis: Turkey, West relations in age of Erdogan

    The June 24 elections of Turkey were highly significant in the country’s contemporary history, both because of bringing to rule a president with full executive powers and potential influences on the home and foreign policy.

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  • Analysis: Sadr-Abadi Form Alliance, Blow to US Sway Seeking in Iraq

    The weeks that followed the parliamentary election in Iraq have borne promising news for the West Asian nation. Saeroon Coalition led by Sayed Muqtada al-Sadr announced an alliance with Hadi al-Amiri-led Fatah Coalition on June 13. And on Saturday, Saeroon staged an alliance also with Nasr Coalition, led by serving Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi. The alliances are forming against the backdrop of a huge political fervor that engulfed Iraq’s politics after the May 12 vote.

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  • Analysis: Erdogan’s Election Gamble Using Cross-Border Military Campaign

    On the threshold of Turkey's election, Selahattin Demirtas, the imprisoned co-leader of the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP), issued a statement from the jail arguing that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is turning the militaristic policies at home and abroad into a sacred issue for his own political interests. Demirtas added that Erdogan continues this policy at the price of the Turkish youths’ life.

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  • Why Hudaydah is overwhelming question?

    In fact, the West frequently hails the Saudis as the models of steadfastness against Terror while it is clear enough enough that the reason behind attacking the Yemenis are their hatred of religious freedom and their geopolitical interests. In the first place, the Yemenis, as far as the Saudis are concerned, are [Kafer] i.e. infidels, dissents and apostates. They are referred to as Iranians, traitors and Majoosis and therefore eligible to be murdered.

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  • Analysis: Why US pin airstrike against Iraqi Popular Forces on Israeli regime?

    Shortly after the reports, Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) stated that an American fighter jet fired two missiles on the bases of PMF’s 45th and 45th Brigades, responsible for the protection of border with Syria. The attack, PMF continued, killed 22 and injured 12 of the anti-terror fighters. The raid also drew a strong response of Baghdad that called the attack “support for ISIS”.

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  • Analysis: What’s behind US attacks on Syrian army, its allies?

    Several months after the defeat of ISIS and other terrorist groups across Syria and particularly Damascus outskirts in sweeping operations led by the Syrian government forces and backed by the Iran-led Axis of Resistance and Russia, now Syria is ready to see the return of peace and stability to the war-hit regions.

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  • Analysis: Trump hit by challenges seeking cheap oil

    The rising oil prices are making the oil producers happy, but this is not a good news when it comes to the major oil consumers. The industrial economies, meanwhile, which are the largest energy consumers, take the biggest influence.

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  • Analysis: Why did US sanction Iraq’s Popular Forces?

    Upon revealing the election results, their adversaries highly apparently began their campaign of hostility. Recently, the US Congress blacklisted three major PMF subjects, Asaib Ahl al-Haq, Al Nujaba Movement, and Kata’ib Hezbollah, as terrorist groups. What is behind Washington’s blacklisting? Why does that happen only days after final results came out? Three goals motivate the hostile move:

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  • Yemen War;

    Analysis: Three reasons driving Saudi Hudaydah offensive despite UN warning

    Since last month, the Saudi-led Arab coalition’s forces moved towards the strategic Hudaydah, controlled by the Yemeni army and Ansarullah movement. They made progress from the port city’s southern fronts and along the coast on the strength of air cover provided to them. News reports emanating from the front line suggest various accounts of the degree of the aggression forces’ progression. Regardless of the advancement extent, a set of reasons could be enumerated for the coalition’s push to seize the port city from the Yemeni forces.

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  • Analysis: US main loser of Iraq’s parliamentary election

    The initial outcome shows that the Saeroon Coalition led by Sayyed Muqtada al-Sadr is leading with 54 seats, followed by the Fatah Coalition led by Hadi al-Amiri with 47 seats. The incumbent Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's Nasr Coalition has come third as it harvested 42 seats in the Council of Representatives of Iraq. These front-runners have won their seats to lead a 328-seat parliament.

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  • Analysis: What does Hezbollah election success mean locally, regionally?

    The victory is highly crucial because of the country’s geopolitically sensitive position in the region and also because many regional and international powers are vying with their opponents to get the Lebanese leaders on their side amid the tense conditions the region is dealing with. Before elections reports emerged suggesting that some foreign countries hostile to Hezbollah, have been trying to manipulate the polls to make sure that the rivals of Hezbollah win.

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  • Analysis: Turkey's Erdogan knows pullout from Afrin is must

    After 2016, Turkey made a clear political U-turn on the Syrian case and opted to get close to Russia and Iran, both staunch allies of the Syrian government, and then engaged in Astana peace process, cultivating an atmosphere in which it hoped to make considerable gains. However, after nearly a month since the Turkish army claimed control of Afrin, Tehran and Moscow want Ankara to hand over the seized region to the central government in a gesture of respect to the Syrian government representing a sovereign state.

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  • Analysis: Douma Chemical Attack Scenario, Like Others, Doomed to Failure

    In the early hours of Sunday, the news headlines emerged to report a chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma in Eastern Ghouta, with the anti-Damascus Western and Arab media pointing the fingers of blame at the Syrian government without giving any evidence. To the moment, there are no reliable reports explaining how the attack took place and how many people have died.

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  • Analysis: Challenges Ahead of Saudi Crown Prince’s Reforms

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is seeking to modernize the Saudi society using the Vision 2030, a future development roadmap he unveiled in late 2016. To this end, the 33-year-old king-in-waiting lifted some social bans on the women, moving closer to the country’s below 30-year-old young generation which accounts for 70 percent of the whole population...

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