Asiya Mahar

Turkey’s Rapprochement Measures

Turkey’s Rapprochement Measures

After last month’s failed coup, last week Turkish government hosted Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif just days after President’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s historic trip to Russia during which he publicly made up with Vladimir Putin after the shooting down of Russian fighter plane on the Turkish-Syria border last year. These moves have surged the interest […]

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Oil, Economy and the Middle East

Oil, Economy and the Middle East

Friday, January 15, 2016 – Oil has remained a driver of economy, a geo-strategic non-renewable energy resource, and a commodity that even today affects everyone. Economists opine that there has been paradigm shift in oil sector. Due to increase in alternative energy resources, the shift in oil demand is affecting the market price of oil. […]

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Middle East Politics after Nuclear Deal

Middle East Politics after Nuclear Deal

July 14, 2015 marked a historic day that witnessed the signing of a landmark deal to curb Iran’s nuclear programme. The breakthrough was reached after 20 months of talks between Tehran and the P5+1 states – U.S., Britain, China, France, Russia and Germany. The breakthrough has been welcomed widely, but Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu […]

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