Category: Middle East

Israel’s Long-Standing Political Deadlock

Israeli citizens are going to the polls for the fourth time in two years, proving that the political impasse in Israel has begun to take on long-term characteristics. The admittedly global success of the Benjamin Netanyahu government in being Israel’s first country in the world in vaccinations against the Covid-19 pandemic demonstrates the admittedly well-organized,

How the Arab-Israeli Conflict Turned into an Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The recent agreements (the Abraham Accords) between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Sudan have changed the political-economic future of the Middle East, followed by these agreements with the subsequent accession of Saudi Arabia. The Abraham Accords was a joint statement between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the United States reached on August 13, 2020. It

New Prime Minister in Lebanon

The pressures of French President Emmanuel Macron and after his second visit to Lebanon after the deadly explosion that took place in the port of Beirut on 4 August  2020, Lebanon’s warring political forces have reached an agreement to now appoint the joint-acceptance proposed Mustafa Adib  as the new Prime Minister (officially the President   of 

How The Lebanon Can Escape From The Total Destruction

As another prophet in the “Country of Cedars”, Lebanon’s former “Switzerland of the Middle East”, the recently resigned Lebanese Foreign Minister Nassif Youssef Nassif Hitti, branded in the worst way the inability of Lebanon’s political leaders to implement reforms and find solutions to the nightmarish economic and social crisis Lebanon has been experiencing in recent

Benjamin Netanyahu: Too Cruel to Die Politically

The longest-running Prime Minister in Israel’s history, Benjamin Netanyahu, failed to obtain the much-needed Parliamentary support, with result to face three prosecutions for bribery, fraud and abuse of power equally. The fact that Benjamin Netanyahu is using a divisive word by imposing on his party (Likud) a hard right-wing line is due to the fact

Policies to reduce increased Poverty Rates in Egypt

In 2016, the current president of Egypt Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi (2014-today) received IMF support through the granting of a loan to the Egypt with a total value of $12 billion. In return, the Egyptian government should take fiscal austerity measures and implement impressive reforms to modernise the country’s economy by looking to a better future. It

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