Middle East

A squandered opportunity for a cease-fire in Gaza during Ramadan - will the US be harsher on PM Netanyahu?

Middle East Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - March 12, 2024.

The holy month of Ramadan began without a cease-fire in Gaza. This was a significant setback to US and Arab peace attempts to bring Israel...

Tehran fears low voter turnout - dissatisfaction to which there is no response

Middle East Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - February 27, 2024.

The regime in Tehran has little reason to worry about retaining its overwhelming majority in the parliamentary elections next Friday. However, it approaches the elections...

French plan for peace between Israel and Hezbollah - who's unsatisfied with stopping conflict in the Middle East from spilling over?

Middle East Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - February 15, 2024.

A French proposal to end the conflict between Israel and Hezbollah on the border with Lebanon was guaranteed to be rejected as soon as it...

The UN agency for Palestine refugees on its  way to abolition

Middle East Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - January 27, 2024.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) was unlikely to  survive,  being severely compromised by the participation of some of its...

The departure of Netanyahu’s government is not a risk for Israel but an opportunity for the country's goals

Middle East Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - January 25, 2024.

The government of Benjamin Netanyahu has become a burden for the goals it  set after the October 7 terrorist attacks by Hamas, for which it...

Red Sea Conflict and Inflation Risk: Were Interest Rates Raised in Vain?

Economy Emre Alkin, TA contributor - January 20, 2024.

Recently, I met trade, economics and foreign policy experts at the USLA campus, Topkapı University’s Gastronomy Centre, to taste the delicacies of world cuisine. The...

Iran will not directly intervene in conflicts in the region, but how long will it be able to control its proxies?

Middle East Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - January 13, 2024.

The government in Tehran reacted indifferently, even formally, to the US and UK air strikes on the Houthi military infrastructure in Yemen. Tehran's criticism stating that...

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