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By Shehab Al Makahleh - Sep 28,2022
November 2022 will be a turning point in the history of the Middle East and North Africa region in particular and the world in general, because we will be witnessing very important legislative elections in Israel and the US.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Sep 22,2022
Nearly 70 years ago, a new world order was born from the ruins of World War II.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Mar 09,2022
With the media revolution that accompanied the technical boom that the world witnesses, the varying degree of influence remained associated with many factors, including capabilities and methods of work, and the most important measure remains the extent of credibility enjoyed by t
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Aug 22,2021
His Majesty King Abdullah will meet in Moscow on August 23 with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The talks will touch upon the issue of the two-state solution, occupied East Jerusalem, the Syrian, Libyan and Yemeni files.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Aug 17,2021
During his address on August 16 about the situation in Afghanistan, American President Joe Biden announced that the mission in Afghanistan has come to an end.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Jul 26,2021
His Majesty King Abdullah’s visit to Washington and his meetings with senior American officials are deemed “victorious” and very “fruitful” as some American politicians and officials said, paving the way for a bigger role for the Kingdom in the near future.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Jan 24,2021
Media play a key role that keeps the public abreast of up-to-date events and raising awareness of various problems in any community, influencing significantly the public’s opinions and mode of thinking.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Dec 24,2020
Every year, futurologists and astrologers try to predict the future of economic and political incidents worldwide. Their prophecies or those of geopoliticians are based mainly on historical analogies, which are catchy to readers, listeners and viewers.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Nov 17,2020
There are two scenarios from now until January 20, 2021. These two are whether there will be war or no war against Iran.
By Shehab Al Makahleh - Aug 26,2020
“The Global Risks Report 2020”, the 15th edition of the World Economic Forum, which was issued recently, unveils that the world faces 5 keys challenges: Nationalism and populism trends, aggravating economic conditions and income disparity, rapid climate changes, technologies of t



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