Middle Eastern studies

The Trust Factor of Oman’s Diplomacy in the US-Iranian Conflict

To understand Oman’s role in regional negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution is to appreciate its foreign policy.

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Israel Isn’t Strong Enough to Attack Iran

Not for the first time in recent memory, Israel wants the world to know it is ready and willing to…

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The partiality system in Iraq after occupation in 2003 And its impact on Foreign Policy

The partiality system in Iraq after occupation in 2003 And its impact on Foreign Policy

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The Iranian Foreign Policy: Between Continuities and Change: An Analysis of the Syrian Case

After the Islamic Revolution of 1979, "Iran" pursued an isolationist foreign policy with an anti-imperialist rhetoric. However, with the start…

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Egyptian foreign policy towards the Palestinian cause 1977-1990

The importance of the Palestinian issue is that it is the issue of the Arabs in general, but the prominent…

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Assad Shores Up Control in Syria’s Symbolically Important South

For much of the Syrian civil war, the southern city of Deraa and the surrounding Houran Plains, an agricultural region…

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Israel Can Live With a New Iran Nuclear Deal, Defense Minister Says

TEL AVIV, Israel—Israel would be willing to accept a return to a U.S.-negotiated nuclear deal with Iran, Defense Minister Benny…

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A New Government Gives Lebanon a Reprieve

The long-suffering people of Lebanon might finally have some good news on the horizon. A new government finally has been…

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Soft Cultural infiltration.. What role for Israel digital diplomacy

The purpose of this study is to highlight the most important topical in the field of diplomacy, by analysing the…

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