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Countries must work together to fight climate crisis

  • The latest scientific assessments highlight the fact that we should urgently take action when it comes to the climate crisis. This was demonstrated earlier this year by scientists in a report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. “Mainstreaming effective and equitable clim...
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Syrian government must address the people’s grievances

  • While the Syrian government is attempting to put the civil war behind it, protests continue to erupt in some parts of the country, posing a significant challenge to the leadership in Damascus. Even though the civil war, which broke out in 2011, has not yet been fully resolved, the Syrian gove...
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Iraq making progress thanks to constructive reforms

  • Iraq has undoubtedly been facing several challenges involving economic, security and environmental issues. But the latest developments highlight the fact that Baghdad is making progress in tackling these underlying problems and that the country appears to be moving in the right direction under ...
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Innocent victims of Sudan war are suffering horribly

  • The toll the devastating war in Sudan is taking on millions of ordinary people is tremendous and unimaginable. The many attempts to reach a ceasefire have so far all failed. If the international community cannot halt the war, it ought to immediately take action and at least ensure the safe pass...
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Saudi Arabia has become a key hub for green energy

  • Saudi Arabia has been playing a key role when it comes to the growth of renewable and clean energy, not only in the Kingdom but beyond its borders too. Some of the advantages for the Kingdom come from its advanced infrastructure, increasing investments in renewable infrastructure, robust dema...
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Action must be taken to address Middle East’s record drought

  • The drought that has significantly impacted Iraq, Syria and Iran for the last three years is affecting millions of people. It is critical for the international community, particularly developed countries, to take immediate action. This drought, which began in 2020, is considered the second-wo...
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Iran weapons smuggling a flagrant breach of UN resolution

  • Iran’s smuggling of weapons and arms to militia groups or governments, some of which are designated as terrorist groups or state sponsors of terrorism, is rising. This is in direct violation of UN Resolution 2231 and a UN arms embargo. It is important to note that the UN Resolution 2231 is also...
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Iran military gets financial boost to expand power

  • Iran’s military spending has witnessed the highest rate of increase under the government of “moderate” President Hassan Rouhani than under any other administration since the establishment of the Islamic Republic in 1979. The total official increase of its military budget under Rouhani has bee...
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Qassem Soleimani: Iran’s Osama Bin Laden?

  • He is well-known as the Middle East’s deadliest and Iran’s most dangerous man. He prioritizes offensive tactics and operations over defensive ones, and rejoices in taking overconfident selfies with his troops and proxies in battlefields in many countries, including Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Lebano...
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All former US presidents failed with Iran

  • We have heard it for almost four decades. Everyone thought it would work. Six US presidents tried it and failed repeatedly. What is it? Addressing Iran by engaging with or appeasing it one way or another. Iran is a top national security threat to the US. Since the establishment of the Isl...
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