Iran, Saudi Arabia and everyone else in between

The two largest countries in the middle east are also the two most important players in the region, but cooperation between the two has almost always been off the table. The reason being, as it often happens in that area, of religious nature, specifically the two are different kinds of Muslims: The Saudis (like the majority …

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Cold War II

When the Berlin Wall fell many believed that with it the Cold War also ended. Fast forward 27 years and the aforementioned assumption appears to be quite wrong. Just like during the Cold War, the west and Russia are clashing using "proxy" countries as settings for their battles. In the first conflict they were Vietnam, Korea, …

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Like a mother with her naughty son – West Bank edition

We all know that feeling. When as a kid you did something naughty and you knew your mom was gonna be disappointed. And after you got scolded, once back in your room, you found yourself thinking something like: "Wow, that reaction was disproportionate...". Now, let's leave  parenting tips aside and think about the fact that actually, …

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