Lamberto Zannier: Carving Out Space for Dialogue and Letting OSCE Develop is…
OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier talks about the international debate regarding the changing role of the organization.
Shen Yi: In Cyberspace We Need to Build a Balance Between Freedom, Security and…
According to Shen Yi, Deputy Director of the Cyberspace Governance Studying Center, Fudan University, the most important experience of China in the cyberspace is determining a balance between such
Pan Dawei: China and Russia Must Consider Each Other's Interests in Central Asia
According to Pan Dawei, Director of the Center for the Study of Russia of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China and Russia help to strengthen the independence and sovereignty of the young
Hadiya Abbas: Syria is Ready for Political Dialogue Simultaneously with Strong…
Hadiya Abbas, Chairman of the People's Council (Parliament) of Syria believes that the US is pursuing a hostile policy towards the country. It is not the first time that the US carries out
Zhang Jianping: Eurasian Economic Union and China Can Boost Cooperation
According to Zhang Jianping, Director, Center for Regional Economic Cooperation, Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation of the Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of
Kayhan Barzegar: Trump Shifted Back to Unilateral Approach to Iran
Kayhan Barzegar, Director of the Institute for Middle East Strategic Studies (IMESS) in Tehran, talks about the role of Iran in the Middle East and its relations with the United States.
Kumbaroğlu: Situation in Middle East Heading Toward Stabilization
Gürkan Kumbaroğlu, Professor of Engineering Economics, director, founder and chairman of the Turkish Association for Energy Economics at Boğaziçi University, talks about the political situation in the
Raghida Dergham: Still No Solution of the Middle East Tragedies
According to Raghida Dergham, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Beirut Institute, the current situation in the Middle East may be one in which one has to "wait and see" what will happen
Stephen Holmes: We Need to Deescalate the Conflict Between Riyadh and Tehran
According to Steven Holmes, Professor at the New York University School of Law, the main problem in the Middle East is the competition between Saudi Arabia and Iran, which is feeding radicalism on
Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi Arabia and Russia Should Cooperate to Bring Peace to the…
According to Jamal Khashoggi, former general manager of Al Arab News Channel and media advisor to the Saudi ambassador Prince Turki Al Faisal, the core of all problems in the Middle East is the
Paul Vallely on Donald Trump and the Expected US Middle East Policy
Retired US Army Major General Paul Vallely, Chairman of Stand Up America Foundation, talks about the evolution of US President Donald Trump from businessman to President and the new role of the United
Nabil Fahmy on Key Priorities of Egypt's Foreign Policy
According to Nabil Fahmy, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt (2013-2014),Dean of the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, American University in Cairo, Egypt had 2 revolutions in 3