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ICC Ruling on Palestine Tests the International Order

Israel has already declared it would not cooperate with the ICC Prosecutor. However, an ICC investigation could prove embarrassing to countries allied with Israel who are founding members of the Court.

The Unexpected Rise of Yemen’s Abdel Malek al-Houthi

The group notably ignored advice from Tehran not to capture Sanaa back in 2014. Al-Houthi’s independence thus suggests that he is primarily driven by a domestic agenda rather than a desire to help Hezbollah and Iran exert control over the region. That could change, of course, if the Saudis leave him no choice but to increase his reliance on Iran.

The Long Road Ahead of Palestinian Elections

But of all the dangers confronting Palestinian elections, Israel is the one player that holds most of the cards to disrupt, influence, or otherwise render invalid the upcoming elections.

In Israel, The Loss of the Friend of the Right-Wing Elements

The Trump administration abandoned past official US objections to the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank, as illegal or at least as “obstructions to peace.” The new policy supported Israeli settlement building.

Erdogan positions powerful Turkish military as backbone of regional strategy

Turkey is likely to diversify between the soft and hard power to achieve its regional aspirations. The role of the Turkish army is therefore vital for Ankara.

The term ‘Judeo-Christian’ has been misused for political ends – a new ‘Abrahamic’ identity offers an alternative

Framing Jews, Christians and Muslims as part of an Abrahamic family is a political choice. To know more, read this article.

Palestine’s COVID Nightmare Scenario Has Arrived

The cost of the pandemic has been tremendous, ranging from 7 to 35% of GDP, depending on estimates while the World Bank estimates that the Palestinian GDP to contract by at least 8%.