Iran’s harsh statements against Türkiye's potential operation in Syria are damaging the trust between the two countries rather than being a deterrent for Türkiye.
Due to its national interests, Türkiye remains at an equal distance from two critical states of the Middle East, Saudi Arabia and Iran.
The Vienna agreement will affect domestic power balances, but the crucial impact can be on the regional policies.
Even though the project to renovate the caravan route of the Karbala prisoners is ostensibly for religious purposes, it also possesses political, economic, and perhaps expansionist objectives.
Russian media attacks on Assad could be considered as an indication of the distrust of Moscow towards the regime. But these attacks do not mean that Putin would stop supporting Assad in the near future.
Turkey started a new process in the Mediterranean by its Libyan policies. As Turkey stops the Haftar’s forces attempting to capture Tripoli, it deterred the actors behind Haftar and renderred their policies futile.
Through changing their Syrian policy, the Saudi Arabia-the UAE-Egypt trio has sided against Turkey.
The European Union should understand their inaction has only allowed worsening the situation at hand.
Considering Turkey’s determination and the military balance now changing in Turkey’s favor, confronting the Turkish army will not only be fruitless, but also lead to serious casualties for Iran and its Shiite proxies.
Despite Iran’s attempts to show its power in the Idlib frontier, Tehran’s shortfall of coordination in the field is conspicuous.
Aware that Soleimani is irreplaceable as a commander, Khamenei tries to form a new conception of command.
As tensions between the Trump administration and the Islamic Republic of Iran remain high there is legitimate concern regarding the Levant’s security.