In Iraq’s first parliamentary elections since the defeat of Daesh, which resulted in nationalist victory, Iran and the United States were the biggest losers.
“The Arab world is dead. The several remaining stable Arab countries have encouraged and even supported Israeli aggression against Palestinians.”
Washington’s contradictory goals in Iran, Saudi Arabia and Israel threaten to further complicate the situation in the Middle East.
With the Uzbek opening, Turkey will have more opportunities to strengthen its Central Asian axis by promoting its relations with Uzbekistan as well as with other Turkic states.
“Western countries may appease Ankara, but it will not deter Turkey from cooperating with Russia and Iran so long as the West supports the YPG.”
While Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has alienated regional countries, he is trying to obtain support from the West for a new regime in Saudi Arabia.
Figures reiterate the fact that there has been a sincere increase in Islamophobic attacks across Europe.
“At this point, the West has to understand that further negligence of Turkey by the U.S. and other Western countries will further alienate Turkey and push it toward collaborating with other alternative actors such as Russia and China.”
With the help of the west, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates succeeded in turning the “Arab spring” into an “Arab winter.”
Gulf countries seem to have no strategy for dealing with Iran, and they are short-sighted in not supporting Turkey, even though Turkey is the only country capable of pushing back against Iran in the region.