Category: Middle East

Mate Movement In The Geopolitical Chessboard Or Non-Extreme Version For Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)?

President of Palestine Liberation Authority (PLO) Mahmoud Abbas issued an angry statement on Tuesday (May 19th) mentioned categorematically that «The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Palestinian state are now exempt from all agreements and negotiations with the US and Israeli governments, respectively». The decision, according to the Palestinian Authority President, came in response to

The New Government in Iraq shows the Road of Cooperation between US and Iran

Following six (6) months of non-governmental rule in Iraq, a new Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, has been appointed also by the Iranian-backed Shiite militia. The formation of this government was made possible after many months of negotiations between Iran and the United States. The rewards for both sides (US-Iran) are that the United States

The Republic of Turkey: The Great Patient

Since 2018, the year of the re-election of Turkey’s current President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish economy has entered a major crisis several times. Today, Turkey is once again in the throes of a new monetary crisis, forcing the Central Bank of Turkey to disburse huge amounts of its foreign exchange reserves daily to support

USA vs Iran: The Shadow of Terror covers the Middle East Again

At the dawn of 2020, the US and Iran for the first time were involved in real fire using the national territory of Iraq as a battlefield and geo-strategic chessboard, leaving behind the secret war that was held between them so far in the entire Middle East. The extermination in Baghdad by the United States

The Correlation between Turkey’s Energy and Geopolitical Policy

Recent illegal Turkish hydrocarbon research in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea and specifically in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of the Republic of Cyprus (EU) and the illegal establishment of an EEZ between Turkey and Libya that violates grossly International Law, causing friction with the neighboring countries of Turkey, while emitting Turkey as an international factor

The US Plan to change Borders in the Middle East

The region of the Middle East has always been in the spotlight and especially after the end of the Second World War, due to the national movements that led to the independence of the states of the region and because of its oil and commercial routes. In the current era when the riots continue in

Pax Russica in Syria and perhaps in the whole Middle East

The big winner in Syria appears to be Russia and the Russian President Vladimir Putin. The American promises made with the agreement between Michael Pence and Erdogan are of little importance given the withdrawal of US soldiers from Syria, indicating that the U.S. has been self-marginalized in the region without being able to change the

The New under formation Geopolitical Developments in the Middle East

Turkey’s invasion of northern Syria manages to unfold the entire strategy of the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean agenda. The US shift towards the Persian Gulf, strengthening their military presence in Saudi Arabia with an increasing number of fighter aircraft and personnel beyond 2000, manages to keep up the pressure on Iran, but ignoring the
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