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Global East-Global West

Global East-Global West is short blog posts on Foreign Policy Concepts that put into perspective key foreign policy decisions that define the emerging multi-polar nature of global geopolitics. They explain what they mean for regional countries and how they impact their standing in global affairs.

A New Paradigm in Global Transportation Logistics

China’s rapidly advancing Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), still known in certain circles as the New Silk Road, relies heavily on the buildout of a complex transportation infrastructure that spans much of China’s Westernmost and the Eurasian…
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How Likely is Hamas-Fatah Reconciliation?

by Khalil F. Osman Hamas’s recent announcement that it would dissolve its Administration Committee, a quasi-governmental body that had taken on state functions formed in March, marks a major development in the group’s protracted conflict…
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What’s Next for Russia in Syria?

The collapse of the collection of NATO-Saudi backed Wahhabi Jihadists in Syria will go down as a seminal moment in the history of the Middle East. The engine that brought about their collapse and secured Assad regime’s survival was the…
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What the Fall (WTF) ?!

Foreign Policy Concepts Editorial The relentless advances by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) against the Islamic State, or ISIS, that have led to the fall of Deir ez-Zor bring into surface an emerging landscape of the Levant. Geopolitically, the…
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A Different Look at the North Korean Crisis

Foreign Policy Concepts Editorial It is astonishing that despite North Korea’s numerous missile tests, including those of nuclear devices, its saber rattling has still gone unpunished by the United States and its allies. why? There is an…
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