The Arab League's silence over the Gulf crisis and inability to keep the GCC from splitting reflects a post-WWI. Continue reading
It's not likely that the defeat of Daesh in Mosul is going to mean the end of the group itself. So long as the. Continue reading
Abstract: The defeat of the Islamic State (IS) in Mosul represents an important turning point in the recent. Continue reading
Abstract: This paper aims to understand the infighting dynamics within rebel factions during the Syrian. Continue reading
Abstract: The re-election of incumbent president Dr Hassan Rouhani must be read as a mandate for the continuation. Continue reading
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This article highlights the two models of the Palestinian social movements: BDS and Palestinians of Europe Conference. It will focus on goals of these movements, strategies, achievements and obstacles they face to reach their goals.
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The involvement of countries such as Turkey, and potentially Russia and Iran, is likely to widen existing fractures within the GCC and weaken the web of partnerships with Western states that have formed the cornerstone of the post-1991 Gulf security architecture.