Russia and the Middle East
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What Otaiba meant is that the regions countries are adopting a modernizing civil approach versus religious extremism and ideologies.

13 august 2017
Yet, pulling the protagonists back from the brink without loss of face is a non-starter as long as both sides of the divide target absolute victory at whatever cost.
07 july 2017

Country provides ideal environment for multiculturalism to thrive and for every individual to find their happiness level
15 may 2021
The outcome and concrete results of the Russian military involvement into the Syrian civil war are being discussed by the the Russian expert Alexander SHUMILIN and the Syrian opposition leader in Moscow Mahmud al-Hamzah
15 may 2021
Dr. Alexander SHUMILIN, director of the Center for the Greater Middle East conflicts in Moscow, explanes the unleashing clash by the following reasons
01 august 2016
Russian expert is doubtful about it
15 may 2021
Alexander Shumilin, head of the Center for Analysis of Middle East Conflicts at the Institute for U.S. and Canada Studies in Moscow, said he is convinced Russia's actions are aimed at ensuring the physical survival of President Assad and his inner circle.
11 september 2015
The missile attack that killed 45 Emirati soldiers in Marib province will further strengthen the UAEs national resolve, securing the safety of Yemenis against extremists and assuring stability at all costs. Military action will protect the Emirates from future destabilisation on the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula.
09 june 2015
Russia this week is for the first time hosting talks with the main Syrian opposition group, the Syrian National Coalition, as part of a push for dialogue with Damascus.
15 may 2021
Arab News has published an article praising UAE's new anti-hate law, saying that the country has set an example in dealing with the racism.  It further says that the law serves to establish a proper relation between members of society and install civil peace.
08 february 2015