Turkey has been seeking more influence in the Middle East in recent years and at the same time becoming a stable energy hub by Russian support in the region. This symmetry has brought Turkey and Russia closer to each other. However, Russia and Turkey have some significant problems in Syria and compete with each other in the North Africa. With all these interpretations, can we say that Turkish-Russian relation has entered a strategic phase or has such a potentiality? In this article, I will try to answer this question properly.
The Iraqi Kurdistan has several factors which make it quite important for Chinese foreign policy in the Middle East. Hoshman Mahmod, a lecturer at the University of Halabja & Tishk International University covers these factors in this article.
Hazem Almassry, Thursday, 20 August 2020, 10:00 AM, Graduate Institute of International Politics, Room 931 Hazem Almassry is a PhD candidate in social research and cultural studies who is Interested in Middle Eastern and Islamic studies. In his speech he will cover: The historical context of the Zionist project and the dream of Greater Israel.Western support … Continue reading Palestine Between Two Promises: The Zionist Colonial Project in The Middle East from Balfour Declaration 1917 To Trump’s Plan 2020