16 Sep 2021
Although the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia has left the front pages of the world media, the geopolitical trends in the region are still taking shape. During June-July 2021, Armenian diplomats sharply increased the number of meetings with their French counterparts in Yerevan, Paris, and the
09 Sep 2021
The Moroccan flag. Source: www.flagsonline.it   September 8th, 2021 marked the day of the general elections in Morocco (third nationwide after the 2011 change of constitution), with the legislative, regional and communal elections all being held in the same time. Morocco is a constitution
08 Sep 2021
Turkish and Egyptian flags. Source: www.theowp.org   Ever since the 2011 events related to the Arab Spring and Turkey’s support of the Muslim Brotherhood, the bilateral relations between Egypt and Turkey diminished in intensity, but 2021 brought the opportunity for bilateral talks and a tha
03 Sep 2021
Source: quora.com   After the effects of the Arab Spring on Russia’s foreign policy in 2011 and its successful mediation in the agreement between the West and Syria on the destruction of chemical weapons stockpiles (September 2013), the question of whether Russia has a strategy for the
02 Sep 2021
Source of the photo: Tehrantimes.com   On September 1, 2021, Germany and France urged Iran to return "as quickly as possible" to Vienna negotiations on reviving its 2015 nuclear deal JCPOA with world powers. Christopher BURGER, the Foreign Ministry spokesman said at a weekly press conferen
31 Aug 2021
Source of the photo: Wikipedia.org   On August 30th, 2021, in an interview on state television, Iran’s new foreign minister, Hossein Amir-ABDOLLAHIAN said that he had spoken with his Saudi counterpart, Faisal bin Farhan Al SAOUD, at the regional summit held in Baghdad on Saturday. “The
30 Aug 2021
Iranian Foreign Minister delivering a speech in the Baghdad Conference. Source: www.irangov.ir   On August 28th, 2021, Iranian and Gulf Arab officials met in Baghdad in a regional summit that Iraq hoped would encourage its neighbors to talk to each other instead of settling scores on its terr