With the election of Abiy Ahmed in Ethiopia, the Horn of Africa has been witnessing rapid developments.
“It should be underlined that the U.S. administration’s statements of democratization in the Middle East do not reflect reality. Rather, Washington is currently the largest obstacle for democratic governments in the region.”
Will Trump’s aim to form a regional alliance in the Middle East reach its objectives?
“It may be misleading to state that the wave of regional transformation, which began in 2010, has come to an end despite the downward course of events in recent years. Many factors, both regional and international, have the potential to reactivate the wave of transformation in the Middle East.”
Despite all efforts of the Sisi regime to live down the massacre, the memory of the Rabaa will live for generations.
In its recent spat with the Canadian government, measures taken by the Riyadh administration have been extreme.
The United Arab Emirates has tried to exclude the Ennahda Movement from politics in Tunisia but has failed.
Israel’s new Jewish Nation State Law institutionalizes discrimination against Palestinians and has officially confirmed that Israel is an apartheid regime.
“Unlike other countries that experienced violence and instability during the wave of the Arab uprisings, Morocco has achieved relative stability. However, deteriorating economic conditions, the democratic demands of the youth and ethnic discrimination have contributed to widespread dissatisfaction among Moroccans against their long-standing regime.”
Western arms companies have utilized the instability in the Middle East and have significantly increased their exports to the region.