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The Dawn of the New Regional Order in the aftermath of the War

The current discussions, negotiations, and debates surrounding the aftermath of today’s war on Gaza go beyond the search for the future of the region, its political formulation, and who will govern it. The focus extends to the Palestinian issue as a whole, involving planning and thinking about the future of the entire region and its regional system, especially from the…

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Hamas at a fateful Crossroads

There are many political and symbolic gains achieved with the Al-Aqsa Flood operation, and the legendary steadfastness of the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, of which the most important achievement was the restoration of respect for the Palestinian cause globally, the return of the idea of ​​a “two-state solution” to the table, and the collapse of…

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Media Report: The War on Gaza.. Regional Implications and the Questions regarding the Upcoming Scenarios

More than 80 days after the war on Gaza, or what is known as the events of “October 7th”, questions still hover around the implications of that event which seemed to carry many variables on the Palestinian scene and the conflict with Israel, and on the regional scene in general. It appears that the scene in the region before October…

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A tactical disagreement, not a strategic one

Much has been said about the causes of “partial transformation.” In the American discourse in support of the Zionist entity in the aggression against Gaza, but what is important is to analyze its consequences. The new dispute that has emerged between the administration of US President Joseph Biden and the Prime Minister of the Zionist entity, Netanyahu, is still within…

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What is the next wave of “political Islam” after the war on Gaza?

Despite the reductionist perspective on many themes in a recent report from The Economist, “A Religious Revolution is Under Way in the Middle East,” it contributes to stimulating and driving a deep discussion about the region and the impact of events in Gaza on more than one level. The first concerns the political future of the Middle East, the second…

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On the Border of Conflict

Global protests erupted in the wake of the war that commenced on October 7th, capturing international attention. The effects of the war in Gaza are being felt worldwide, extending their impact from individuals to government bodies. Diplomatic relations have frayed as several nations severed ties, echoing calls for an immediate ceasefire. The Middle East region bears witness to the most…

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Regional repercussions of the Israeli war on Gaza

        Although the strategic implications of the war on Gaza have not yet emerged, which will be considerably associated with forthcoming developments on the ground, it is clear that there are repercussions and initial implications that have become apparent, since the war started, which reflects a major shift in the structure of regional relations, i.e the most accurate term in…

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Will Jordan pay the price?

       It is clear that there is considerable escalating and rising tension between Amman and Tel Aviv, Indeed, it is not anexaggeration or far from truth to describe the tension as a fierce diplomatic war, which Jordan is waging against Israel on several fronts: The United Nations, the Arab League, communications and influence on the positions of European countries in…

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Al-Safadi Meets with a Group of Opinion Leaders to Discuss the Situation in Gaza at PSI

Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ayman Al-Safadi met on Monday, October 30th, with a group of authors, journalists, opinion leaders, and intellectuals at the Politics and Society Institute in Amman, where he discussed the international and diplomatic scene amid the war on Gaza, reviewing political and diplomatic developments globally in light of the Israeli military operations against Gaza…

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“The Clash of Civilisations” in the war on Gaza

Not the clerics, but the politicians, are who have always claimed secularism, democracy, liberalism, or even leftism and conservatism, have devoted themselves to blatant and overt discourses, which they do not seek to hide or conceal. Is it a process of “employing religion” only, to serve politics and politicians and their various agendas, or a return and new revival of…

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