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.
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.
The Palestinian banks received an Israeli threat for maintaining bank accounts for Palestinian prisoners. The threat implicated that maintaining these accounts implies the banks and their staff are subjected to punishment as “Accomplices in crime”. The Occupation’s authority considers it a crime for the PNA to pay salaries to prisoners and liberated prisoners.
The Renaissance Dam crisis is not new. It started in 2011, as Ethiopia announced laying the foundation stone for the dam, which reduces Egypt and Sudan’s share of the Nile River’s water. This raised Egypt’s discretion and strained the relationship between the two countries.
This paper presents a study for Turkey’s role in the Libyan file, and how Turkey -The sole ally to the Government of National Accord- achieved many victories on the battlefield against its opponent Haftar. Haftar is in control of the Military foundation and receives support from regional and international allies.
After a year of political crisis, competing electors in Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, and Benny Gantz agreed to form a unity government, which was sworn in on May 17, 2020.
Inequality within the criminal justice directed at Afro-Americans led to the outburst of overwhelming and violent demonstrations in some states following the murder of George Floyd- an American of African origin.
Since the diplomatic relations between China and the United States initiated in the late 1970s, the bilateral relations between the two countries went through many phases that ranged in-between tensity and stability, at the succession of American administrations.
The world’s attention turns to the American elections every four years, as it greatly contributes to defining the world system formed by states and non-state actors’ interactions. This is due to the United States’ influence in most world events as the dominant power in the world system, and its pursuit to maintain its role as a unipolar.