Unlike other ‘Arab Spring’ countries, political changes in Tunisia occur peacefully for a good reason.
For four centuries, the "Circle of Justice" had been the pivot of the entire philosophy of the Ottomans.
The idea of a ‘resistance economy’ is popular among Iran’s conservative elements to make the country less dependent on international players
Hezbollah exploits Lebanon’s collapsing economic situation to expand its power and gain legitimisation.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad demands to be glorified by the citizens he oppresses, not just tolerated.
The only matter that appeared to bind the new government together was its mutual opposition to Netanyahu’s continued reign.
Turkey is trying to break out of its regional isolation by rehabilitating ties with Saudi Arabia and Egypt.