Third, in the current tension, the military, political and economic roles of emerging actors such as China, Turkey, UAE, and Saudi Arabia are increasing in the Horn of Africa and Northeast Africa regions as never before.
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Even though it has many weaknesses, the UAE-Saudi alliance remained solid and somewhat unified in regional and foreign policy issues from Yemen to Libya, the hostility towards Turkey, Iran, and Qatar, and the warming relations with Israel.
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At issue was Qatar’s support for revolutionary forces, especially Sunni Islamists who were making significant gains amid the upheaval, as well as its positive relations with regional powers Iran and Turkey, all of whom Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain felt threatened Gulf interests.
The recent donations of some of this much-needed equipment by Kuwait, Qatar, UAE, Malaysia, and Turkey could mitigate the crisis, but they will not solve it.
Just as Russia and Turkey began setting up the ceasefire oversight arrangements in Nagorno Karbakh, Turkey’s sights were set on Ain Issa.
The Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs immediately condemned the EU move in an official statement by declaring that no advance permission had been acquired either from the captain or from Turkey.
“The precedent of suspending F-35 sales to Turkey after it purchased Russia’s S-400 missile defense system and announced plans to cooperate with Russia on constructing the S-500 system should be applied to the UAE.
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The continuation of immigration from the Middle East, and in particular from Turkey in the 1960s and 1970s, to Europe meant that another diaspora would emerge, one that would be powerful economically, politically, and culturally.
Karabakh is the only territory in the Middle East and the Caucasus where Turkey seemed less likely to engage in military action.
Since the outbreak of the crisis in Syria in 2011, millions of refugees have made it to Europe, whereas Turkey still hosts the largest number of the refugee population with more than 3.
hree months ago when the Assad regime surrounded the Turkish observation post in Idlib’s Morek, I argued that Turkey needed a new approach to Idlib in order to prevent a bigger disaster.