Publications

Investments as Foreign Policy Instruments: The Cases of Saudi Arabia, The UAE and Qatar

The Gulf countries differ from other Middle Eastern countries with their high economic incomes and relatively low population.  Despite ...

Investments in Armaments and Military Infrastructure of Egypt in the Al-Sisi Period

According to the classification made by the "Global Fire Power" in 2020, the Egyptian Army ranks as the 9th most powerful army in the...

The Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act and the United Arab Emirates

Unlike the other sanctions introduced against the Assad regime during the civil war, the Caesar Syria Protection Act, which was adopted by the US...

The UAE-Israel Normalization: Political and Social Implications

The United Arab Emirates (the UAE) has stood out among the most important US allies in the Middle East particularly since 2016. Even when Trump was...

Emirates of Crisis: Why is Morocco Blacklisted?

The recent foreign policy assertiveness of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has contributed to chaos and caused instability not only in the Middle...

Gulf Countries after COVID-19: Social, Economic and Political Implications

As the world tries to overcome the negative impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Gulf countries of the Arabian Peninsula feel the pressure of the...

From Consultation to Coexistence: A Methodological Approach for Improving Turkish-Arab Relations

This article analyzes practicable methodology for facilitating a meaningful discourse between Turks and Arabs in Turkey with a purpose and scope of...

The Struggle for Power in Red Sea: Causes and Actors

The Red Sea, which connects the Mediterranean and the Indian Ocean, is one of the most important waterways in the world. Likewise, the Suez Canal is...