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Global Oil War: What Are Its Cons And Pros To US?

Alwaght– As the coronavirus outbreak forced down the global demands for oil and the major oil suppliers so far failed to reach an agreement on the amount of the supply they have to release to the market, the crude prices have sharply fallen. Responding to the situation, the US Secretary ...

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Future Of Bin Salman, His Plans Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Alwaght– The outbreak of coronavirus has so far left highly negative impacts on the global economy, increasing the pressures on governments that take preventive actions and controlling measures to reduce the economic vulnerability in their countries. One of the countries that received negative effects even before the COVID-19 hit its ...

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Idlib Ceasefire Uncertain Amid Turkey-Militants’ Differences

Alwaght– Over the past few months, Syrian Idlib province crisis has been the hotbed of regional disputes bringing Russia and Turkey to the brink of direct military clashes as each of two actors supports the opposite side of the conflict in the Arab country. After a period of intensified tensions ...

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Three Theories Why Iraq’s Saleh Named Al-Zurfi PM-Designate

Alwaght– The task of naming a successor to resigned Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi is increasingly becoming a crisis to the Iraqi political community as nobody seems to have the capability to solve it. When on March 2, PM-designate Allawi quitted following a failure to form a new cabinet, ...

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How Is Trump’s Future Tied to Coronavirus Crisis?

Alwaght– At the time being, nothing in the politics, economy, and society remained untouched by the coronavirus outbreak crisis. The main area where the crisis leaves impacts and shows itself in politics and governance more than any other area is the economy, however. The coronavirus, leaving profound impacts on the ...

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Saudi Arabia Status In Yemen War After Five Years

Alwaght– Five years after the Saudi military intervention in Yemen’s home affairs, not only the crisis and conflict have not subsided but also the foreign forces continue to struggle with the miseries of the campaign there. In March 2014, Saudi Arabia founded its Arab military coalition, backed by the West, ...

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Iraqi PM-Designate’s Bumpy Road To New Cabinet

Alwaght- On Tuesday, President Barham Saleh of Iraq named a new prime minister, Adnan al-Zurfi, two weeks after the PM-designate Tofiq Allawi resigned from his mission to form a new cabinet to replace the caretaker government of the resigned PM Adel Abdul Mahdi.  Naming the ex-Najaf governor as new PM ...

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Balkans; New Counter Ground Of World Powers

Alwaght– The Balkans region and especially Serbia are increasingly changing into confrontation ground of the key global powers. Over the past few years, China has been ratcheting up its presence there, arousing sensitivity of the European powers and the US. Despite the concerns, the Serbian leaders underscore the need for ...

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US Nursing Home with Tens of Potential Coronavirus Patients Unable to Test Due to Lack of Kits

The Seattle-area nursing home at the epicenter of one of the biggest coronavirus outbreaks in the United States declared it had no kits to test tens of employees showing symptoms of the sickness that has killed several patients at the care center. A nursing home in Washington has become the ...

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Why Is The US Afraid Of China’s Huawei?

Alwaght– US President Donald Trump’s pressures on allies to ban Chinese electronics giant Huawei from the 5G rollout continued with insulting of the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The president was “apoplectic” during a phone conservation with Johnson and ended the talk furiously. The Americans express concerns about possible espionage ...

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