Unit of Regional Security

Publications

Initiating from the fact that the internal circumstances of many units in the Middle East (i.e.: Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan…etc) have driven them to a situation a

As there is an increasing Russian criticism towards the situation in Idlib, and a possibility of a potential Turkish operation in east of the Euphrates, there were frequen

The conflict in Yemen has witnessed repeated violations, threatening the Al-Hodeidah agreement and deepening the deficiency of trust between the conflict parties.

The Libyan national army led by General “Khalifa Haftar” announced its control on “EL-Sharara” oilfield and “El-feel” oilfield during under the umbrella of the military op

The Saudi Prince “Mohammed bin Salman” visited Pakistan last month as a part of his Asian tour that included China and India.

The paper is trying to pinpoint the consequences that will follow Trump’s decision to put the Iranian revolutionary guards on the list of the designated terrorist organiza

The paper is trying to pinpoint the consequences that will follow Trump’s decision to put the Iranian revolutionary guards on the list of the designated terrorist organiza

In the Midst of tensions in the Gulf region, the United States has proposed forming a multinational naval coalition that aims to protect the strategic naval lanes, in refe

The paper focuses on the increasing use of Arctic corridors as a navigation artery to connect East and West over the past years, it tackles the advantages they offer compa

After ten years of the Tunisian revolution, Tunis is still facing multiple difficulties especially politically.

On 12/20/2020, Tunisian authorities announced finding a person who was killed in the "Sultinia" in the state of Kasserine, in the west of the country, and media

It is clear that the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria has played a pivotal role in the violence in Syria over the past ten years.

The Yemeni President, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, issued a presidential decree on forming the new government and naming its members equally between north and south Yemen, acco

The Turkish side is keen in developing its relations with Baghdad, which is evident in Ankara's hosting of the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.