How Does the Sudanese Regime Respond to the Popular Protests?
The Sudanese protest movement has taken the ruling regime, the political forces, and the main parties in the country by surprise.
The Impact of Iraqi Protests on the Negotiations to Form the New Government
Despite the raging protests in central and southern Iraqi governorates, they did not alter the equations governing Iraqi politics.
Marriage of Convenience
Implications of Russian-Israeli Rapprochement on Iranian Influence in Syria
The Russian-Israeli relations are inherently unstable, as each party aims to attain its own economic, political and security interests.
Abrupt Elections and its Effect on Ankara's Foreign Policy
Holding the presidential and parliamentary elections at an abrupt date, has come to be an unexpected development in Turkey.
Gulf States’ Motives in Supporting US Withdrawal from the Nuclear Deal
The US withdrawal from the JCPOA could be the beginning of the regional project to rid the Arab Gulf of nuclear weapons.
How US Institutions will Implement the Withdrawal from the Nuclear Deal
President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal is part of a lengthy and protracted process that involves US agencies.
Vision from Within
Mogadishu's approach to Deal with the Ports of Berbera
rategic Berbera Port, a key developmental
The Prospects of Libyan Crisis Settlement in 2018
The most likely scenario in Libya in 2018 entails an escalation of conflict and the continuing stalemate in the political settlement.
Arab Security at Stake
The Conflict over Regional Influence in East Africa
The significance of East African countries is growing in the geopolitics of the Middle East.
An Enduring Alliance
Overview of India-UAE Relations
Indian PM, Modi, has visited the UAE for the second time in his close to four-year tenure as a guest of the World Government Summit.
Determinants of Competition
A Preliminary Map of Political Coalitions in the Iraqi Elections
The map of Iraq’s political alliances has witnessed fundamental changes ahead of the legislative election to be held in May 2018.
Why are Qatari provocations increasing against the UAE?
The past few weeks has seen increasing signs of Qatari provocation against the United Arab Emirates.
Why is Sudan Swaying between Opposing Regional Axes?
Sudan’s foreign policy witnessed controversial shifts in its relations with regional and international powers in the past two years.
'Not an Alliance'
An Assessment of the Iranian-Turkish Relations
The only issue agreed upon between Turkey and Iran with regards to their regional concerns is to preserve the status quo.
Vision from Within
Where is Tunisia Heading?
Tunisian authorities managed to deal with the protests, which erupted after the government announced austerity measures.
How did the Iranian Regime deal with the Protests?
The rapid spread of protests forced the Iranian regime to adopt concurrent strict measures to contain them.
How does Russia Plan to Secure its Global Influence in 2018?
Developments in Russia during the last days of 2017 are indicative of the tracks and challenges of Russian politics in 2018.
Why the Yemeni Conflict will not Subside in 2018?
The war in Yemen is unlikely to come to an end in 2018. The conflict's social, political and economic causes are deeply rooted.
Anti-terror Laws in France
What is at Stake?
If anti-terrorist bills met little resistance from the public at large, it is because they mainly target the Muslim community.