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President Trump’s Inevitable Decision

Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Religion and Global Security, University of Tokyo President Trump’s decision to withdraw from northeastern Syria was confusing in its implementation and presentation. While initially endorsing Turkey’s incursion into northern Syria, when Erdogan actually sent forces into Syria,

The War of Attribution

By: Professor. Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Global Security and Religion, University of Tokyo. The Middle East has been a trade show ground for the advanced weapons in actual battle fields. In the Gulf war in 1991, Tomahawk cruise missiles were introduced

Japan’s Two Traumas for the Coalition in the Gulf

By: Professor. Satoshi Ikeuchi, Professor, Global Security and Religion, University of Tokyo. The United States is urging allied nations to share the burden of securing the maritime route of the Persian Gulf. Responses from the US allies are subdued ones.

Why the US Central Command Deployed Strategic Bombers (B-52) to the Middle East?

11th of May 2019 Four B-52H Stratofortress bombers took off from the Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana to land at the US military base in Qatar. They have been deployed to the region within a carrier strike group centered

Israel’s Future Planning in the Middle East

Expected Israel’s Future Planning: Develop a precise strategy that includes a more sophisticated system to pay pressure on Iran and its allies. The main aim here is to replace the Iranian nuclear agreement of June 2015 with an agreement that

Chairman, Institute for Global Security and Defense Affairs (IGSDA) Visits Japan Maritime Command & Staff College (MCSC)

Japan Maritime Command and Staff College, Tokyo Homepage, 21st of August 2018 says:   Dr. Sayed Ghoneim, Chairman, Institute for Global Security and Defense Affairs, visits the Maritime Command & Staff College (MCSC). On August 1st 2018, Dr. Sayed Ghoneim, Chairman,

The problem is not that US may strike Syria, but it’s how Russia may react!

What Northern Ireland’s past reveals about soldiers with mixed allegiances

Dr Samantha Newbery, University of Salford Two British soldiers appeared in court in late September, charged with membership of National Action, a banned far-right terrorist group. Along with another man, the two soldiers will face trial in January 2018. However,

Part 4 Libya from the Midst of the Crisis to Prospects for Stability

Expected Trump’s Presidential Cabinet

US-President-elect Donald Trump’s team is taking shape as he prepares to move into the White House. The Republican is widely expected to recruit from a select cadre of loyalists as he assembles his cabinet-in-waiting. Two posts have already been hired,