The situation in the Middle East is changing rapidly. The recent unrest in Israel is growing like fire and entering into a dangerous zone.
Although most media outlets, including purely political resources, are currently writing about the coronavirus pandemic, geopolitical processes continue to run their course.
The geographical toponym Western Asia is used here instead of the colonial expression “Middle/Near East”, widely spread and used by everyone, as the consequence of brainwashing done by Western (European) and Anglo-American media, which became the regular and classical weapon of war.
The term dystopia was coined in the late nineteenth century by John Stuart Mill as opposed to the term eutopia or utopia used by Tomas Moro to designate an ideal place or society.
This article is an attempt to connect the dots of Israel’s Geo-politics in the context of Trump’s deal of the century and Israel’s new policy of bringing peace in the region through political and economic alignment with regional Muslim states.
This article examines a complex of problems related to the resolution of the Syrian conflict in 2017. The fundamental problems and contradictions of all countries and armed groups that have been drawn into the conflict are analysed. Russia’s role in the reconciliation of the hostile parties is examined. Our country’s actions in the Middle East are seen as the realisation of a civilizational, historical mission, which is directed to upholding the balance of power in the world.