Opinion See All

Tunisia Between Political Instability and Economic Uncertainty

On July 25, 2021, Tunisian President Kaïs Saïed, who was elected in a landslide victory in 2019, marked the end of an  eight -year...

Al Sudani’s Goverment Program and the Possible Risks Ahead for Iraqi Turkmen

Due to the disagreement among the political forces in Iraq, it was not possible to form a government  during the almost one-year period...

Is It Just About Football?

Yesterday, I attended my first ever FIFA football game between Qatar and Senegal at Al Thumama stadium. I’m not a typical football fan, but...

Policy Brief See All

Framework Agreement in the Face of the Crisis of Transitional Administration in Sudan

The protests that started in December 2018 in Sudan against the then-President Omar al-Bashir administration over economic problems and...

Lebanon – Israel Maritime Border Agreement: From the Line of Tension to the Regional Stability

The Eastern Mediterranean, an extremely critical crossroads in terms of geopolitics, has been transformed into a new field of struggle with the...

Elections in Israel: Background, Blocs, Forecasts

The political life in Israel has been facing an insurmountable political stalemate since 2019. After the elections held in March 2021, the next...

Analysis See All

Iran-Backed Militia in Syria: Profiles and Functions

Since the onset of the crisis in Syria, Iran has sent many armed groups into the country, in addition to its own army units, with the aim of...

Sadr’s Resignation Move and Its Aftermath

After the 2018 Parliamentary Elections in Iraq, there were efforts to form a majority government for the first time, in which all parties who have...

The Historical Process of PUK and Intra-Party Leadership Struggles

One of the historical breaking points for the Kurds in Iraq occurred when Ibrahim Ahmed left the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) in 1975, which...