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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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The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and denuclearization talks

Giancarlo Elia Valori The issue of denuclearization of the whole Korean peninsula is currently at the core of the debate between North Korea, South Korea, the United States, China and the Russian Federation. This has been seen – symbolically, but very clearly – in the very recent military …

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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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Ramifications of tripartite meeting in Tehran

By Giancarlo Elia Valori After the meeting of last April, Iranian President Rouhani, Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin met again in Teheran (and in Tabriz) on September 6-7, within the now usual setting of the Astana talks. The specific aim of these last negotiations …

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Turkic Muslims: China and the Muslim world’s Achilles Heel

James Dorsey A list of 26 predominantly Muslim countries considered sensitive by China reflects Chinese concerns that they could reinforce religious sentiment among the People’s Republic’s Turkic Muslim population with potentially far-reaching consequences if the Islamic world were to take it to task for its crackdown in Xinjiang, …

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