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Turkish Diplomacy Awash In Contradictions

Turkish Diplomacy Awash In Contradictions

Turkey finds itself caught in the cross-hairs of the regional conflicts and is pursuing foreign policy and national security objectives that are self-contradictory and damaging to ties with traditional allies, including the United States and Saudi Arabia. Turkey’s relations with ...

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Opinion (Issue Zero-D)

While the popularity of General Abdul Fatah Al Sisi is the main source of legitimacy of the Cairo government, at this critical juncture that popular image is coming under attack by alleged allies and enemies alike. Differences between prominent military ...

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Feltman Rants against Saudis

Feltman Rants against Saudis

Lebanese sources have reported that Under Secretary General of the United Nations Jeffrey Feltman, a former high ranking U.S. State Department official, delivered a rant against Saudi Arabia to a group of Lebanese and Palestinian diplomats during a meeting on ...

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Washington and Moscow Join Hands to Pressure Iran on P5+1 Deadline

Washington and Moscow Join Hands to Pressure Iran on P5+1 Deadline

Both Russia and the US delivered a strong message to the Iranian delegation at the October 15-16 Geneva P5+1 nuclear talks:  Time is running out for a binding deal to avert military action.  The strongly worded message, delivered during separate ...

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