EPC | 01 Nov 2014
Iran has increased its expansion in the Arab World after 2011. The Iranians have exploited turmoil to infiltrate some Arab countries.
It is possible and essential to develop tools of soft power and use them effectively in the UAE ties with African nations, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. It is noted that the UAE’s strategic position, as an important rout for African transit trade, notably to Asia, calls for the possibility of forging a UAE-African strategic partnership.
Despite confidence-building measures between Egypt and Ethiopia regarding the Renaissance Dam, Cairo’s fears related to its water security still exist because Addis Ababa is still stalling to buy time.
The scenario of postponing the target date for concluding a final agreement on the Iranian nuclear program between Iran and the P5+1 until July 1, 2015, is good for Israel.
Some hardline Islamist groups took part in the fight against Muammar Gaddafi’s regime. But their numbers and capabilities were limited compared to the rest of militant rebel groups.
The development and use of soft power tools effectively in the relationship of the United Arab Emirates with African countries is not
EPC | 01 Oct 2014
The relationship between Egypt and Hamas has seen clear improvement since the end of the latest Israeli aggression against Gaza in 2014.
We can say that Israel today is facing a unique opportunity as a result of regional events. Wasting a chance that provides Israel with common interests in the region cannot be forgiven.