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The War in Libya: Is the Defeat of Khalifa Haftar Complete

... agreement implied the intensification of military cooperation. The Russian Foreign Ministry said that the agreement between Ankara and Tripoli on security cooperation is an attempt to legalize military support that violates the arms embargo. The EU, Egypt, Israel, Greece, and Cyprus condemned the signing of a memorandum that violates international law, and other countries of the Eastern Mediterranean claim gas production in this part of the sea. By contrast, Tripoli recognizes Turkey’s right to ...


Egypt May Become the Next Bergamo

... an unequal battle with the pandemic, despite the high level of the healthcare system. At the same time, in some states that are inferior to them in terms of economic development, the disease spreads less extensively, according to official statistics. Egypt is not an exception — a poor, densely populated North African country, whose population exceeded 100 million people in February 2020. Almost the entire population of the Arab Republic of Egypt (ARE) lives in the north of the country and concentrates ...


Egypt-China Relations at the Present Stage

Increased Chinese influence on Egypt enhances China's role in the Mediterranean region On May 30, 1956, during the visit of the head of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) State Council Zhou Enlai to Egypt, the Arab Republic announced the diplomatic recognition of the Chinese ...


Conference “Countries of the East in the 21st Century: Unevenness of Economic Growth and Inequality of Socio-Economic Development”

... part in the conference. Within the framework of the section “Economic Growth in the East at the Beginning of the 21st Century: Theory and Practice”, I. Bocharov presented a report on the features of the economic development of the Arab Republic of Egypt (ARE). A feature of the new economic course pursued by the Egyptian leadership is not about structural changes in the economy, it is more about the implementation of large infrastructure and industrial projects. The insignificance of structural ...


Turkey’s Role in the Libyan Conflict The agreement reached between Recep Erdogan and Faiz Saraj raised concerns among other Eastern Mediterranean states also interested in gaining access to hydrocarbon production in these areas. Egypt, Israel, Greece, and Cyprus have made statements that the memorandum violates international law. The European Union also declared a similar position, which even did not recognise the maritime agreement between the Republic of Turkey and the GNA ...


Russia’s Policy in a Dynamic Africa: Searching for a Strategy

... Sudan and Angola in the case of China; and East African countries in the case of India. It would seem that the Russian leadership is being cautious in this respect and is looking into the possibility of forming two test groups: large African countries (Egypt, Nigeria, and South Africa) and a group of unstable Sahel states (the Central African Republic and Sudan). Time will tell whether this approach can help Russia come up with an African strategy [ 13 ]. In the end, diversifying its foreign political ...


March to Tripoli, or a Third Civil War in Libya: Initial Results

... the LNA will increase against the backdrop of increased military assistance from Turkey (including for groups that are part of the Tripoli Defence Forces). Khalifa Haftar fully, and erroneously, expected that military support from his external allies (Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and France) would help his forces overcome the enemy’s resistance. While the LNA could count on the direct participation of the Egyptian special forces (as well as on the operational air force of Egypt ...


Middle East – 2030

... divisions. Moreover, all the major powers of the world are projecting military or economic power into the region. Structures Andrey Kortunov: The European Decalogue and the Middle Eastern Duodecim The Middle East is here defined as a core region rounded by Egypt, the Levant, Turkey, Iran and the Arab Peninsula. Since Turkey is actively projecting power into the Middle East, it is included as a part of the region for analytical purposes. When making a future study, it is important to look for some long-term ...


The Arab World: Between Violence and Consensus

... that stretches “from the Ocean to the Gulf” and counts hundreds of millions of people among its inhabitants, lives in never-ending fear of violence. Terrorism has become a part of everyday life in the “calmer” countries in the region, Tunisia, Egypt and Turkey. While the number of victims of terrorist attacks in these countries is hardly comparable to the numbers of lives lost as a result of the armed conflicts mentioned above, the very threat of another attack means that people live in constant ...


What Should the Gulf Crises Teach Us?

... tactical solutions are not good enough to handle basic security problems of the region. One of the fundamental principles of any international collective security system — its inclusive nature. It goes without saying that leading Arab nations — Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE and others — have to play a decisive role in building such a system. However, can one ignore non-Arab states of the region -such as Iran, Turkey and Israel? These states are no less interested in a stable, predictable, prosperous ...


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