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Author: ISWNews
3 December 2020

How will Marib be conquered? Part 3

Following part two we covered the axes Ansar Allah can advance in Marib province. We are analyzing based on recent incidents in this axis. As mentioned before, following are axes Ansar Allah can advance in Marib and Al Jawf fronts: 1- Cleansing Raghwan district2- To Kanayis base3- To Ruwaik base4- South of Marib5- West of […]

Author: ISWNews
26 November 2020

How will Marib be conquered? Part 2

In previous years, Ansar Allah’s advance was stopped behind the gates of Marib, but after Operation “Fa’amkana Minhom” in al-Jawf Province and Ansar Allah Operation in the north of al-Baydha; The ground for the liberation operation in Marib province was again provided for Ansar Allah. In the first article, we introduced the Saudi coalition military […]

Author: ISWNews
12 November 2020

Where is the Yemen war heading? Part 2

In the first part, the Yemen war direction and targets of both sides were investigated. In this part we explain Ansar Allah operation in Marib, Saudi coalition media war influence, essence and results of the recent negotiation between Saudi coalition and Ansar Allah, and important incidents of Socotra island.

Author: Taha Abdullahi
7 November 2020

Karabakh War the graveyard of national governments; Will the pro-Western government of Pashinyan be overthrown?

The political record of the Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, shows that he has entered politics from the world of journalism and has a history of opposition to the pro-Russian government in 2007 and a political prison in which he was pardoned in 2009. Pashinyan, who has been a member of parliament for the country since 2012, founded the “Civil Contract” party in 2015 and the “My Step Alliance” in 2018.

Author: M. Siavash Poor
2 November 2020

Lebanon goes back to first step

Lebanon, the bride of the Middle East, has had a difficult year. From economic pressures and inflation and the unprecedented rise in the exchange rate to the explosion of the port of Beirut and the protests and the spread of the Corona virus and most importantly political instability. As Hassan Diab and his cabinet resign and Mustafa Adib resigns as Lebanese prime minister, the man always on the scene, or in other words, the former prime minister, Saad al-Hariri, announces his readiness and October 22 With 65 votes out of 120, he will be in charge of forming the Lebanese government. In this regard, the following points are noteworthy.

Author: ISWNews
18 October 2020

Where is the Yemen war heading? Part 1

In the middle of fifth year of war in Yemen, stopping Saudi coalition advances in different fronts and performing several operations, Ansar Allah advances in southern, northern and eastern fronts until the front lines are back to where they were in 2015.

Author: Mehrab
9 October 2020

Libya awaits Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Recent developments in Libya have led to the possibility that Muammar Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam will return to the political arena more than ever.

Author: Taha Abdullahi
7 October 2020

PKK in Armenia?

Simultaneously with the Azerbaijani military operation in the Nagorno-Karabakh region, the role of Turkish and Pakistani forces alongside Syrian mercenaries has become apparent, to the point that it is becoming a full-scale war in the region.

Author: Samad Muhammadi
1 October 2020

Why is Russia trying to give concessions to the Kurds against the will of the Syrian government?

Russia appears to be trying to achieve three goals through mediation between the Kurds and the Syrian government. The first goal is to implement oil contracts between Russia and Syria in the northeastern areas that are now under American control. Russia’s next goal, meanwhile, is to resolve the crisis politically by involving the Kurds in the political process as a concession to the West to enter the reconstruction of Syria and eventually become a trusted mediator in the international arena.

Author: Taha Abdullahi
19 September 2020

Ethnic war is raging in Karabakh region

The untimely presence of Turkish forces in the Republic of Nakhchivan and the mainland of Azerbaijan and the air and ground military exercises may have been a show of strength at the beginning, but the general movement of the Republic of Azerbaijan shows that this is not a purely propaganda option.