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Five years after the revolution: Is Egyptian President Al-Sisi winning the battle?
The Muslim Brotherhood remains a low-level threat. Five years after their ouster from power and the violent repression of their demonstrations, Muslim Brothers still refuse to accept their defeat and demand the release of Mohammed Morsi as a precondition to start talks with the new regime.
Erdoğan’s Turkey: A caliphate in the making?
Under Erdoğan’s leadership, Turkey has become a major player in the Middle East. In order to further his vision, he is active virtually everywhere.
How is Egypt’s ‘Operation Sinai 2018’ succeeding against the Islamic State?
With the jihadis weakened but still very much a force to be reckoned with, the Egyptian army will have to prolong its operation for a lengthy period. Withdrawing now would negate the effect of its achievements.
Will the Eastern Mediterranean become a world hub for the natural-gas trade?
The enormous gas resources in the Eastern Mediterranean could significantly contribute to the economic development and stability of the countries of the region, provided these governments can set aside their conflicts and differences of opinion to work together for their mutual benefit.
Russia’s Syrian conundrum
Can Russian President Vladimir Putin remain neutral should another Iranian provocation lead to an additional, perhaps stronger Israeli response?