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Italy’s and EU’s natural gas imports from the United States

Giancarlo Elia Valori Currently natural gas is one of the most important US assets in its relations with the European Union. In fact, President Trump and President Jean Claude Juncker spoke at length about it during their last meeting at the White House at the end of July …

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Why are Washington, Moscow and Beijing competing on New Delhi?

Shehab Al Makahleh America is in relative decline, but this is not attributed to the rise of China, India, Brazil and Russia, but to internal US political, economic and even cultural deterioration. As known through history, the decline of a great power does not necessarily lead to its …

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Would Naseeb-Jaber crossing open partially some time soon?

By Shehab Al Makahleh The Jordanian government has not made any formal request to sit at the negotiating table with the Syrian side to establish a mechanism to reopen the crossing point despite previous statements indicating the readiness of the Jordanian and Syrian sides to reopen the crossing …

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More than 8 million Arabs watch RT on daily basis

Geostrategic Studies Center Poll The phenomenon of satellite television in recent years has started to spread rapidly. The youth are attracted to satellite channels’ programs which have increasing influence on their characters. The impact of these programs on the behavior of the individual and the family, and society …

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Will the world become safer in the coming years?

GMC Study Summary Preliminary studies by major research centers and international studies indicate that the world today is not safe and in the near future risks will increase, which means that global stability is in danger. In a preliminary survey by the Geostrategic Media Center (GMC), the world …

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Erdogan hopes to pressure Putin into delaying Idlib offensive

Maria Dubovikova Following the failure of the tripartite meeting in Tehran involving the Iranian, Turkish and Russian leaders, Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan will head on Monday to Sochi to meet Russia’s Vladimir Putin in a bid to convince him to postpone the attack on Idlib for three to …

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How Kissinger drew up the future of Jordan, Israel and Palestine

Shehab Al Makahleh On September 2, 2018, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas told a number of Israeli lawmakers in his office in Ramallah that US President Donald Trump’s senior adviser Jared Kushner and US special envoy Jason Greenblatt have asked him earlier if he advocates for the formation a …

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Turkey won’t give up Russia ties to make up with US

Maria Dubovikova Turkey, being sandwiched between the US and Russia, is in quite a complicated situation that, on the one hand, greatly troubles its foreign policy, but on the other gives it a chance to profit from the rivalry between Washington and Moscow. The current Turkey crisis is …

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Prospects of US-Iran talks now more remote than ever

By Maria Dubovikova The US on Tuesday reimposed the first segment of economic sanctions on Iran after President Donald Trump gave carte blanche for America to exercise more pressure on the Iranian government. This is in order to get it to return to the negotiating table and reconsider new articles and amendments to …

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