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All the materials marked with tag: Middle East
11 SeptemberWorld
Iran’s hybrid expansionism in the Middle East, the ‘Shi’a axis’ and Russia: from soft power competition to hard confrontation with the US
31 JanuaryWorld
Who benefits and who loses from US troops withdrawal from Syria
7 December, 2017World
How the Kremlin is building up its presence in the Middle East
5 October, 2013
The stance of all important players is like a naughty joke in the face of a humanitarian disaster
8 July, 2013
Creeping authoritarianism and state-engineered Islamization can estrange Turkey from its Western neighbors and embroil it even more closely in the turmoil in the Middle East
27 November, 2012Security
Random attacks, usually carried out by individual Palestinian militants and not authorised by the Hamas-controlled Government in Gaza, have been going on sporadically for months. Why therefore did Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel's Prime Minister, decide to respond now in a way clearly calculated to cause uproar in the poor and overcrowded Gaza Strip and prompt a likely terroristand militant response?
1 November, 2012Security
In his exlusive interview for The Ukrainian Week, Yasser Abboud, a leader of the Free Syrian Army, talks about the struggle with the Assad regime
12 September, 2012World
Charles Tripp, Professor of Politics with reference to the Middle East, at the School of Oriental and African Studies, explains The Ukrainian Week what the quasi-democratic facade of Iraq policy conceals and what challenges Baghdad will face soon
29 March, 2012Security
Political analyst Chris Zambelis shares his opinion on the effect of Syrian revolt on Lebanon with The Ukrainian Week
28 December, 2011Security
The Turkey/Cyprus Project Director Hugh Pope shared with The Ukrainian Week his opinion on geopolitical ambitions of Turkey, Turkey-EU relations, Kurds issue and confrontation with Israel
23 November, 2011Security
Josef Olmert, a well-known political scholar, shares his opinion on the potential outcome of the conflict between the government and opposition in Syria and the difference between the uprisings in Syria and Lybia
5 July, 2011Security
Political scientist Chris Zambelis is an author, researcher, and analyst with Helios Global, Inc., a risk management group based in the Washington, DC area. He specializes in Middle East politics. The opinions expressed here are the author’s alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of Helios Global, Inc.
14 June, 2011Security
Despite of king’s prohibition of demonstrations, the wave of “Arab spring” is reaching the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The Ukrainian Week has an opportunity to interview famous Brazilian political scientist Pepe Escobar on the current events in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
31 March, 2011Society
The British media expert Michael Binyon speaks about the potential of social media and the need to preserve live communication with real people
25 February, 2011Politics
What lessons does the Ukrainian Revolution of 2004 provide?
3 February, 2011Security
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Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky are meeting in Paris for their first face-to-face talks on a conflict in which more than 13,000 have died
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What was concealed in the Stalin Laureate’s biography?
yesterday, Yaryna Tsymbal,
The United States is committed to working with its Allies and partners to keep pressure on Russia to live up to its commitments and to begin the process of peacefully restoring Ukraine's full sovereignty over Donbas
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What kinds of security eventualities is Ukraine prepared for?
day before yesterday, Yuriy Lapayev,
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