Kassioun Research Unit

Kassioun Research Unit

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Five “American-Zionist” Projects in our Region… The Stick is a Stick, and the Carrot is a Stick too!

The Arab region and the Middle East have always been arenas for Western projects, especially American-British-Zionist. Perhaps the most important of them is the “Greater Middle East Project” expressed by Shimon Peres in his book, which is not disconnected from what we will discuss in this article (we will devote a later article to comparison between the theoretical presentation in the Peres project and the practical applications that we are witnessing).

Between The Centralization of Oppression and Conciliation, and The Decentralization of Chaos and People’s Power

Although the discussion of the two terms of centralization and decentralization in the new Syria has taken a back seat a little, and is no longer as hot of a topic as it was years ago (and perhaps this is better so discussions move in more objective and sustainable directions), the topic in its essence is still hot and important. One could even say that the time for serious preparations to discuss it and reach understandings about it is dwindling, given the amount and speed of the ongoing changes.

What Does Western Media Say About the “Jewish Agency” Crisis? In What Context Does This Crisis Emerge? What Meanings Does It Carry?

The following report is divided into two parts: the first is a look at how “Israeli” and Western media has over the past few days dealt with the decision to stop the work of the “Jewish Agency” in Russia, and the second includes an attempt to present an explanatory approach to the issue, on the basis of the international and regional context in which it is taking place.

Why Did Kissinger Change His Mind?

During an interview with him on German channel ZDF, and in response to one of the questions, Kissinger said: “giving up Ukrainian territory should not be one of the conditions we can accept”.

Regarding The “National Security Theory”

It may seem an extreme luxury to talk these days about a “national security theory” for Syria. The way countries and peoples formulate their national security theories usually takes place in a long-term cumulative manner, and takes into account a large number of internal and external factors. These factors include economic security with its many variables, social security, and the security of the near and far borders. Thus, including regional and international positioning, and the nature of relations with the near and far neighbors, including hard and soft tools to maintain that security: military, economic, political, diplomatic, cultural, etc.

What is the Real Goal from Biden’s Visit to Saudi Arabia? The “Arab NATO” Myth… A Smoke Bomb

After the disappearance of talk about the so-called “Arab NATO”, which came about with the “normalization” agreements signed by the UAE and Bahrain in 2020, it reemerged through two American reports. One is an interview with the Jordanian king published by CNBC last Friday, June 24, and the second published by American media outlet Wall Street Journal last Sunday, June 26. Since then, there has been a plethora of “analyses” related to the issue in various media outlets.

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