The June 30th, 2013 revolution was a turning point in Egyptian history. While some Egyptians describe the overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi, in 2013, by Military General More
A “Final Offer”: Why it Could be in the Interest of the United States to Reach an Agreement with Iran?
In 2015, Iran reached an agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), with major powers, including the United States, to ensure the civilian character of Iran’s nuclear More
Torn by a civil war that has been ongoing since a NATO intervention in 2011 toppled the long-ruling dictator Muammar-AlQaddhafi, Libya seems to be deeply divided, rendering the county a More
Since he came to power in 2000, Putin has dreamed of a world where Russia was on the global stage; to bring back the “triumphant” Soviet days. His goal appears More
On Februrary 24th, Russia started attacking neighboring Ukraine, bombing its major cities, including the Ukrainian capital Kyiv. A way out of the crisis is still uncertain for Ukraine as the More
The Israeli President’s Visit to Expo Dubai: Is the Arab-Israeli Long-standing Resentment Coming to an End?
On January 30, 2022, Israeli President Issac Herzog visited the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) to celebrate the Israeli national day at the Israeli Pavilion of Dubai’s Expo 2020 world fair. More
Ten years ago, mass protests pushed Tunisia’s longtime dictator Zein El Abedin Benali out of power. This marked the start of what would become the Arab Spring, ushering in a More
Nearly a year has passed since the largest non-nuclear explosion the world has known. The explosion of the port of Beirut on August 4 of 2020 left the city in More
Scenes of panic in Kabul. Wind of panic all over the world. The Taliban caught the world by surprise by seizing power quickly: a United States’ intelligence report one month More