However, Operation Peace Spring launched by the Turkish Armed Forces in collaboration with the Syrian National Army generated an entirely different debate in the international arena—whether Turkey’s operation was an invasion or not.
The number is notably higher in comparison to Operations Euphrates Shield and Peace Spring, through which Turkey could neutralize 425 and 1,313 militants respectively.
No doubt, one meeting is not enough to yield any tangible results such as a long-term ceasefire or a permanent peace agreement.
” Likewise, led by Myanmar’s military-patronized Buddhist, Islamic, and Hindu leaders and cronies, the newly formed Interfaith Peace and Harmony Council joined the military regime in dismissing and denouncing Blinken’s “determination” as a fantastical announcement, falsely claiming that there was no corroborating evidence.
Read: Russia-Ukraine War: Why India, Israel, and Pakistan Have Chosen SilenceThe notion that the Americans are in Japan to protect the country (allowing the people to live in peace and the country to engage in economic pursuits) is dominant throughout the public discourse.
Peace operations of the post-Cold War era, concurrent with Boutros Boutros-Ghali’s An Agenda for Peace, introduced and justified new sorts of interventions.
A deployment of Belarusian soldiers in a fully fledged war would represent a radical break with Lukashenko’s cornerstone ideology of peace and stability as something outweighing everything else and justifying all costs.
The repertoire of hybrid warfare instruments includes espionage, financially-based influence operations and misinformation, enabling the perpetrator to begin their activation in peacetime as part of a low-visibility, pre-conflict phase of operations, during which the perpetrator can undermine its target from within.
Sweden's feminist foreign policy is based on the conviction that sustainable peace, security and development can never be achieved if half the world’s population is excluded.
The PKK propaganda to defame the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) on social media during Turkey's Peace Spring and Olive Branch Operations are two other good examples.
Today, despite the two countries’ deep distrust of each other, Tehran and Riyadh have common interests in establishing peace in the region and especially in Afghanistan.
So how can Saudi Arabia continue to have a proper Middle East policy that will bring peace to the Middle East without recognizing and respecting that part of the people in the Middle East?” The documentary highlights 2017 as a milestone, when, contrary to conventions, the son of the founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia King Salman, who became the seventh king of the Saudi kingdom in 2015, made his son Mohammed the crown prince.
Read: Talks between Saudis and Iranians: Facts Speak Louder than WordsFinally, being hard-pressed by COVID19, and the shadow war which is continuing with Israelis, Iran had no choice but to act on pragmatic considerations and accept peaceful engagements with its regional foes.
By the time Hezbollah was up and running in the 1980s, Israel had beat the conventional armies of the Sunni-dominated Arab world into subjugation and two out of its four neighboring Arab states, Egypt and Jordan, were on the path to sign peace treaties with it.
When it comes to the Middle East, one of the world’s least peaceful regions, dynamics change even faster.
Eritrea, a country closely allied with Egypt, signed a peace treaty with Ethiopia with which it fought a brutal war in the late 90s leading to a standoff that Ahmed overcame in a gesture which won him the Nobel Peace Prize.
As neighbors, they are directly affected but despite making important diplomatic contributions to solving the conflict, they have often felt sidelined in the peace process.