Tag: Egypt



He Can’t Win It For Technical Reasons, But PM Abiy Deserves The Nobel Peace Prize

The Ethiopian premier can’t win this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for technical reasons, but he nevertheless deserves global recognition for his peacemaking successes. The Nobel Committee will award its eponymous Peace Prize on 5 October, and while Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy certainly deserves this more than anyone else, it’s impossible […]


The BRICS Have Released a Joint Declaration Following The Johannesburg Summit (Full Text)

The 10th annual BRICS meeting has just concluded in Johannesburg. The meeting was significant as it represented the de-facto ascension of the BRICS+ formula whereby key partners of the five nation group will begin to play a greater role in joint initiatives ranging from economic connectivity and shared expertise in […]


Erdogan’s War of Words With Netanyahu Signifies Significant Geopolitical Change in The Middle East

The Erdogan-Netanyahu war of words intensifies  The increasingly frequent war of words between Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu has escalated in the aftermath of Israel’s parliament passing the Nation State Law which codifies in very plain language, the long standing reality that the position of Jews […]



Arab States And Israel Conspire Against Turkey as Tel Aviv Seeks Ban on Turkish Aid to Palestine

As Turkey’s recently re-elected President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continues to publicly champion the Palestinian cause at a time when some of the largest and wealthiest Arab nations go mum on the central issue of Arab political identity in the 20th and 21st centuries. Instead of joining Turkey in support for Palestinian […]




The War Between America’s Military-Industrial Complex And Turkophobic Lobbies Pushes Ankara Into Russia’s Arms

A war between the military-industrial complex and increasingly radical ethno-confessional lobbies  Both the Pentagon and the equally powerful corporate wing of military-industrial complex remain insistent that the delivery of the F-35 fighter jets ordered by Turkey must commence as originally scheduled. While Turkey remains adamant that it will soon also […]