Final déclaration of the forum “Changes in Tunisia and the European Maghreb Countries in 2023: The economic and security situation new Threats.”

The closing statement of the forum “Changes in Tunisia and the European Maghreb Countries in 2023: The economic and security situation threatens to explode and collapse.” – 35,000 Tunisians immigrated illegaly to Europe in 2022 A new regional order and distancing the region from “proxy wars” A forum on economic and geostrategic changes in Tunisia […]

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At Least 10 Killed in Mass Shooting near Los Angeles

  Ten people were killed and at least 10 others were injured in a mass shooting in the city of Monterey Park, California, while festivities were taking place for Chinese New Year, officials and witnesses say, as the exact numbers of casualties are not yet known. The shooting took place on Saturday night in Monterey […]

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Chemical Weapons Probes Can Expose Western Plots against Syria

The UN and its sunsets that for a decade along with the Western-Arab-Israeli triangle backed the Syrian opposition and terrorists fighting the Syrian government now admitted they found documents that show the ISIS terrorist group was the party that used chemical weapons in the past years. UN experts said they have cited digital evidence and […]

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‘It’s done’: Did Liz Truss text Antony Blinken after Nord Stream attack?

Former UK Prime Minister Liz Truss allegedly sent a text message saying ‘it’s done’ to the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken immediately after the Nord Stream attack, according to an online commentator. It should be recalled Russia’s defense ministry claimed on October 29 that British navy personnel blew up the Nord Stream gas pipelines […]

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Perspectives: OPEC+ and U.S.-Saudi Relations

A Fractious, if Enduring Partnership Professor David Des Roches, Non-Resident Senior Fellow at Gulf International Forum and an Associate Professor at Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies Like any close bilateral relationship, the U.S.-Saudi partnership has experienced peaks and troughs, and due to misperceptions on both sides, Washington and Riyadh are currently in a […]

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Usa secretary of defense : We will support Tunisia…

U.S. Africa Command is a small combatant command with a large mission that they are doing deftly, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said today at the command’s headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany. Austin and Army Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke as Army Gen. Stephen J. Townsend […]

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The Non-Alignment Posture of Algeria’s Foreign Policy ..By Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui

The map of geopolitical alliances is being reshaped following the Russia-Ukraine Crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic. With the potential development of a multi-polar world, Algeria is reaffirming its affiliations and defining its strategic and geo-economic areas of interest yet remains committed to its positions of non-alignment. It is clear that Algeria will continue to defend […]

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Putin claims progress made in talks over lifting Ukrainian wheat blockade

Russian president makes comments in Tehran, where he had a meeting with leaders from Turkey and Iran Russia-Ukraine war: live news Vladimir Putin leaves his presidential plane after arriving in Tehran on Tuesday. Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor Tue 19 Jul 2022 19.58 BST Vladimir Putin has claimed on a trip to Tehran that progress has […]

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John Bolton says he ‘helped plan coups d’etat’ in other countries Former national security adviser to Donald Trump says US Capitol attack was not a coup because it was not carefully planned

Former national security adviser to Donald Trump says US Capitol attack was not a coup because it was not carefully planned John Bolton, a former national security adviser to Donald Trump and before that ambassador to the United Nations under George W Bush, said on Tuesday he helped plan coup attempts in other countries. He […]

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The war in Ukraine: A test for Algiers’ non-alignment doctrine

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine in late February could have unprecedented consequences for North Africa. Algeria will be swept up in the resulting shifts, forcing the country’s civilian and military leadership to make difficult international calculations. Algeria abstained from voting on the United Nations resolution to condemn the war in Ukraine on […]

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The US Supreme Court’s carbon emissions decision impacts the whole world

     Keep up with the news by installing RT’s extension for Chrome. Never miss a story with this clean and simple app that delivers the latest headlines to you.   LIVE 5 Jul, 2022 12:29 HomeWorld News The US Supreme Court’s carbon emissions decision impacts the whole world By shooting down federal-level environmental regulations, the […]

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The Future of Tunisian Democracy: US Policy and Tunisia’s Current Political Crisis

Summary: On June 2, Arab Center Washington DC (ACW) organized a virtual panel titled: “The Future of Tunisian Democracy: US Policy and Tunisia’s Current Political Crisis.” Panelists were Monica Marks, Professor of Middle East Politics at New York University Abu Dhabi; Radwan Masmoudi, President, Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy; and Jacob Walles, former […]

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An open letter from the Presidency of Parliament to the US State Department

In the name of Allah the Merciful #Tunisia on May 11, 2022. #An open letter to Her Excellency Mrs. Yael Lambert #Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. U.S. Department of State Sec Antony J Blinken U.S. Embassy Tunisa #Dear Mrs. Yael Lambert Assistant Secretary of State, and welcome to Tunisia, the country […]

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European Parliament to Hold Consultations on Political Reforms in Tunisia

Members of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee will travel to Tunis for consultations on Tunisia’s path towards political reforms and a return to institutional stability. During the visit, from April 11-13, a high-level delegation of the European Parliament will meet the Tunisian president, representatives of the government, political parties, and civil society to discuss […]

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Qatar, Saudi Arabia say the West mobilizes support for Ukraine but falls short in the Middle East

Qatari and Saudi officials are pointing to what they say are unjust inconsistencies in how the West responds to humanitarian strife: acting swiftly to help Ukraine in a way that conflicts and refugees in the Middle East have not seen. At the Doha Forum on Saturday, the crowd erupted in applause when Qatari Foreign Minister […]

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Some Africans have good reasons not to condemn Russia over Ukraine

On 2 March, 141 UN member states voted to “condemn” Russia’s “special military operation” in Ukraine, calling it a serious violation of the UN Charter. Thirty-five countries abstained or did not vote at all, among them seventeen African nations, which is another indication of increasing Russian influence in the continent. Uganda, for example, is supporting Russia. The majority of […]

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After Ukraine, the Arab world faces new realities .. par Khemaies Jhinaoui

The Middle East and North Africa will not be immune from the shockwaves of Russia’s war in Ukraine and the ensuing sanctions imposed on Moscow by the West. The rapid evolution of the conflict, with its military, economic and humanitarian manifestations, has caught the world by surprise. It was even more so in Arab countries, […]

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Talks between Russia and Ukraine to resume after deadly attack on military base

Diplomatic efforts to end the war in Ukraine have stepped up, with Ukrainian and Russian negotiators set to resume talks, after Russia attacked a base near the Polish border and fighting raged across the country. A barrage of Russian missiles hit Ukraine’s Yavoriv International Centre for Peacekeeping and Security, a base just 15 miles (25 km) from […]

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‘He’s lashing out’: U.S. sees ‘broadening’ of Putin strategy in Western Ukraine strike

National security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday said an early morning Russian missile strike in western Ukraine just 11 miles from NATO territory “does not come as a surprise” but could present a turning point in the Kremlin’s strategy. At least 35 people died and 130 were injured in the attack targeting the International Center […]

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Oil rises again on fears of Russia oil sanctions

Oil prices rose on Tuesday (March 8), though off the intra-day highs seen on Monday, with Brent surging past US$126 a barrel, as fears of formal sanctions against Russian oil and fuel exports spurred concerns about supply availability. Brent crude futures for May climbed US$3.07, or 2.5 per cent from their Monday close, to US$126.28 […]

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