The US leadership continues to comment on its sensational decision of the end of last year – to withdraw American troops from Syria. This decision will affect not only the US position. No less important is the fact that the United States, in fact, betrayed its closest allies …Read More »
THE COMING YEARS FOR THE EU
Leonid Savin After Brexit and the significant growth of Eurosceptic and populist influence in Europe, the future of the European Union seems to be no longer questioned. However, the future is always open, and therefore there is more than one possible scenario. The U.S. National Intelligence Council proposes three …Read More »
Will new oil cartels lead to new political blocs?
Shehab Al Makahleh The world is approaching a huge financial crisis. The most important feature of the crisis is stagnation. Such recession will require no more oil production, as what is produced worldwide of various commodities is in decline. Thus, as oil supplies are increasing with less demand …Read More »
Behind Israel’s love affair with Latin America
Stasa Salacinin Israel wants to influence the UN General Assembly which historically votes against it. Israel, in the past few years, has launched a global charm offensive, aimed specifically at Latin American countries. Tel Aviv’s outreach there comes as it struggles to improve of its international reputation that …Read More »
The old and new techniques of Dezinformatsjia
Giancarlo Elia Valori Disinformation – i.e. what the Soviet intelligence services called Dezinformatsjia – is at the origin of the phenomenon that we currently define – with oversimplification – fake news, spread to support or not voters’ or consumers’ specific choices, obviously both nationally and internationally. Nowadays the …Read More »
Israel in Syria
Giancarlo Elia Valori North American unconfirmed sources also speak aboutIsraeli support for Islamic “rebels” fighting against Bashar el Assadand his allies. Over the last two years alone, in complete silence, the Jewish State has already carried out over 200 airstrikes against Iranian targets in Syria. They are …Read More »
How Arabs can tackle food security
Arab states are particularly susceptible to food shortages and food-price shocks. Besides, recent prognoses reveal that Arab countries will be powerless to meet increasing demand with production. Thus, there is a necessity to cultivate strategies to ameliorate food security which depends on consolidation of safety nets, enhancement of …Read More »
What is the future of America’s alliances?
Can Jordan Dismantle the “Deep State” Moguls?
By Dr. Shehab Al Makahleh Today, Jordan’s government is facing backlash after a long period of corruption labeled a “deep state” system. Citizens are organizing demonstrations rejecting federal decisions to increase taxes and impose further strict rules on the people that would negatively affect their livelihood. Recently, some political figures …Read More »
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