*The writer is an academic, the deputy manager of the Mediterranean Politics Research Center (APAM) at Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University in Turkey’s western Balikesir province, and co-editor of the collected work (compilation) Middle East Policies of Global and Regional Powers: Arab Spring.


Major changes in the region have made it necessary to re-evaluate the geopolitics of Israel. The murder of Iranian Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani, the death of Oman’s longtime ruler Qaboos bin Said al Said and Turkey gaining patronage from the signing of the Libya deal render obligatory the re-analysis of the intertwined clusters of possible geopolitical

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