The Possible Effects of Brexit Dr Klearchos Kyriakides Director, ERPIC Rule of Law and Democracy Program I have been asked
On Sunday 21st January 2018, armed forces of the Turkish Republic invaded Affrin Province in Northern Syria. This invasion, codenamed somewhat paradoxically as Operation Olive Branch, involved tanks, artillery, infantry and aircraft. It is a very significant event and begs a number of strategic questions for the region, for Turkey’s future, and for Turkey’s allies.
Greece: An Emerging Energy Player in the East Mediterranean Antonia Dimou Head of Middle East Unit Institute for Security and
Speaking about Israel and the Eastern Mediterranean really requires first to have a look at Israel and its place with reference to the Arab Middle East. Because I would argue that Israel’s increasing interest in the Eastern Mediterranean is a function of the changes that have taken place in the Arab world in recent years, and that have made it much more appealing for Israel to look westwards into the Eastern Mediterranean rather than eastwards to its Arab neighbors, who are facing such profound domestic crisis.
It is somewhat odd, to say the least, that a sitting Prime Minister of a Lebanon, Saad Hariri, would actually tender his resignation on Saudi television from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and then would not come to Lebanon to follow up such a move according to all of the constitutional specifications for such an eventuality.
Syria, Lebanon and Israel in a Changing Geopolitical Environment Professor Habib Malik Lebanese American University, Beirut Transcript The question arising
Brig Gen (Retd) Dr Ephraim Sneh Chairman, S. Daniel Abraham Center for Strategic Studies Netanya Academic College, Israel Transcript The
The Kurdish Referendum for Independence in Northern Iraq Air Cdre (Ret) Andrew Lambert Director, ERPIC Security Program Before we start,