This study discusses the topic of the Syrian crisis and its repercussions on Arab national security, It has been more than nine years since the outbreak of the Syrian crisis that came during the Arab Spring, and whose effects extended to what could not be expected, as a result of internal and external factors that …
This study highlights the development of Turkish-Russian relations from a historical perspective, and attempts to evaluate the crisis in Karabakh on the bilateral relations between the two countries, as Russia is a constant source of concern for Turkey, but on the other hand, the two countries see that the continuation of strong relations is of …
This paper highlights president Mahmoud Abbas decision on 19-05-2020 on resolving all agreements and understandings between the Palestinian and Israeli governments, and effect of these agreements on the financial crises the Palestinian Authority is passing through. It also discussed the most important economic and developmental provisions that both the Oslo and Paris treaties touched upon, …
This study covered the Chinese foreign policy towards Africa. Since the foundation of the Republic of China, China was able to discover the importance of the African continent after its exposure to the outside world.
This study seeks to provide scenarios for the future of Russia’s role in the international system. It will also refer to the neorealist theory in providing an observation on Russian foreign policy’s orientations after 2000
This paper examines the nature of Vatican diplomacy and the problematic issue of distinguishing between the features and the sovereignty of the Vatican State and the Holy See, as well as focusing on state claims.
This paper seeks to study the effect of the American plan for Palestinian- Israeli peace, known as “the deal of the Century”, on the two-state solution and course of the peace process.
The collapse of the Soviet Union in the late 1980s, precisely in 1989 after the fall of the Berlin wall, led to radical changes in the form of the international system. The international system was based on what was known as the era of a “bipolar system”, with the eastern camp led by the Soviet Union and the Western camp led by the United States of America.
This paper provides an analytic study for the disputes between the three African countries (Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia) concerning the Renaissance Dam crises. The main cause of the issue is Ethiopia’s obstinate position concerning the operation of the dam and its ramifications on Egypt and Sudan.
The Turkish parliament on January 2, 2020, authorized to give President Recep Tayyip Erdogan approval to send Turkish troops to Libya to support the Government of National Accord against the military groups loyal to Khalifa Haftar.