Turkish Intervention in Libya and Potential Ramifications

Libya is an African country holding the largest oil reserves in the region and is considered a key player in the gas natural resources market. In the aftermath of the fall and death of long-time Libya’s former ruler Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has become chaos- a wracked country torn by violence and conflicts from […]

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Should America hold Arms Expert to Saudi Arabia and UAE

The United States supports the Saudi-UAE campaign in Yemen. This has basically included providing logistical services and training, arms sales, and sharing intelligence for targeting. This support is important for Saudi Arabia and UAE to proceed with their air campaign that still targeting civilian areas and essential civilian infrastructure in violation of international law. Yemen was […]

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Iran’s Aggressive Interventionist Policy in Horn of Africa

Iran’s attempts for influence on the horn of Africa dates back to the 1979 Islamic Revolution. These attempts have been complex due to Iran’s unremarkable historical presence in Africa, and as the adherence to Sunni and Sufi forms of Islam among Africans, Muslims have been predominant. Despite this, Iran has established several institutions in the […]

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The Danger of Conflict (Turkish- Greek) in the Mediterranean

The eastern Mediterranean region has recently known for being rich in gas and oil natural resources. This discovery increased economic ambitions and conflicting political interests among countries in the region and ignites conflict there. Consequently, tension stepped up over oil and gas fields, whether those discovered or underexplored, especially as estimates indicate that this region […]

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China’s Aggressive Trade in Africa, Threats and Challenges

Sino-African relations are not spur of the moment, but have prolonged  and deep roots in ancient and modern history. The sources said that China-Africa relations flourished in the fight against European colonialism, which made both sides facing misères. Since 2009, China has become the largest trading partner with Africa until today. As China emerged as […]

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NYCFPA: International Community must Protect Iranian Citizens, Condemn Regime

New York Centre for Foreign policy Affairs (NYCFPA) condemned the Iranian government’s Bloody crackdown on peaceful protests that broke out across the county this month.   Iran has witnessed a series of deadly protests since 15 November which erupted in Ahvaz city. Iranian citizens took to the streets in various cities to organize anti-government protests over […]

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China must Respect International Law and End Crackdown on the Uyghurs

New York Centre for Foreign Policy Affairs raised concerns about the latest media reports showing the miserable living conditions the Uyghurs experience in the detention camps and in Xinjiang in China generally. Thus, it shed light on the grave human rights violations taking place there. The Uyghurs are Turkic-speaking Muslims from the Central Asian region. […]

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Is Mohammad Bin Salman, the Saudi Crown Prince a reformer or anarchist ?

Is  Mohammad Bin Salman, the Saudi Crown Prince a reformer or anarchist ? “He is shredding a moribund system that had favoured the royals above all else,” said a senior Saudi businessman. “He is shattering the accommodation that had existed between the elite and the state. They were one and the same. This is at […]

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