Recent tensions on the Korean peninsula have raised the specter of renewed conflict. Though possible, a second Korean War remains highly improbable at this stage.
Following the Gaza war, pivotal questions emerge regarding key players in the crisis and the challenges anticipated for the post-conflict period.
This article endeavors to cause policymakers and analysts in the West to consider narratives and perspectives that may clash or overlap with theirs to varying degrees.
Terror’s Storm: Hamas Attack and the Geostrategic Shifting Sands or “Hamas Unleashed: Navigating Geostrategic Turbulence”
In the wake of a brutal Hamas attack on Israel, the Middle East finds itself at a pivotal moment. Timed strategically before the expected Israel-Saudi Arabia agreement, this assault aimed to shatter regional stability, keeping the Palestinian cause at the forefront. The event has significant implications for global security, the…
Recent crisis in Gaza has triggered sensitive and crucial humanitarian concerns, but also initiated once more the revival of major security and even existential threats, for more than one of the geopolitical actors of the region. State and non-State ones.
Turning attention back to the Ukraine-Russia war and the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, I look at recent developments which have taken place and are worth highlighting.
Explaining the collapse of Israel’s intelligence and security services as Hamas achieves the unimaginable, evading surveillance and overpowering the Iron Dome.