ردمد (ISSN): 1813-4610

الكلمات الرئيسة : Israeli relations


The Contemporary Developments of the Turkish-Israeli Relations: 2010-2013

Ameera Ismael AL-Obeidy

مجلة دراسات اقلیمیة, السنة 12, العدد 36, الصفحة 205-238

The Turkish - Israeli relations have witnessed a significant tension in the political, military and security fields. The Turks conditioned a formal apology by "Israel" to restore relations, which was rejected by "Israel" completely, but the office of the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave in the end on March 22,2013 and issued a statement presented a formal apology to Turkey for "mistakes that may have caused the killing of nine Turkish activists in the attack.
Then the Turkish - Israeli relations began in 2013 in the stage of the normalization of relations between the two sides.

Israel's Stand towards Egyptian Revolution of January 2011

Rafea Shareef Dhanoon

مجلة دراسات اقلیمیة, السنة 10, العدد 33, الصفحة 311-329

After the uprisings and movements for change in a number of Arabic countries, which was called the (Arab Spring), have started, the security rate for Israel was no longer the same particularly as those uprisings have included a number of neighboring countries, especially Egypt. Israeli leaders have admitted that they were surprised by the strength, size, and timing of the uprisings. Accordingly, the Israeli reactions towards the Egyptian revolution were a mix of Israeli concern and fear that could lead to the collapse of the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty..

Iran Foreign Policy Towards Israel 1979-2009

Mohammad Abdul; Rahman Younis AL- Obeidy

مجلة دراسات اقلیمیة, السنة 10, العدد 32, الصفحة 61-94

Iran Foreign Policy towards Israel witnessed a radical change after the revolution of Iran in 1979 and become the opposite of what had been during the reign of Shah Mohammed Raza Bahlawi. This paper Sheds light on the on the nature of Iran Foreign Policy towards Israel and the paper is divided into three periods according to the changes. The First between 1979-1989, the second between 1989-2005 and the third between 2006-2009

The Turkey’s Positions from the Palestinian issue and its impact on Turkish-Israeli relation 2002-2011

Luqman O. Mahmood Alnuaimy

مجلة دراسات اقلیمیة, السنة 8, العدد 26, الصفحة 22-68

This paper deals with the Turkey’s positions toward the Palestinian issue during the years of the rule of Justice and Development Party since coming to power in 2002. Those positions, which were formed according to the strategy adopted by the party, are on a quest to achieve lasting and comprehensive peace in the region and that is representing a priority in Turkish foreign policy as to achieve that peace will consolidate stability in the region, which serves the strategic interests of Turkey, But the developments of events in this period with regard to the Palestinian issue, and the aggressive policy of "Israel" especially the attack on Lebanon in 2006, and the war on Gaza in late 2008, and the siege on Gaza, and Israeli attack on Liberty Fleet in 2010, all this led to Turkey adopted positions against "Israel" and condemning its aggressive policy which has had a significant negative implications on Turkish-Israeli relations.

Japanese–Israeli Relations and their Impact on thePeace Process in the Middle East

Adnan Kh. Hameed Al-Badrany

مجلة دراسات اقلیمیة, السنة 6, العدد 16, الصفحة 491-540

Abstract
The research aims at demonstrating Japan's role in the Middle
East and its impact on achieving peace for having economic and
other qualifications, bearing in mind that it is a neutral state
distinguished by constant foreign policy. The research falls into
two parts, the first tackles the Japanese policy towards peace
process between the Arabs and (Israel), the second undertakes the
Japanese policy and the issue of the Middle East. The research has
come to the conclusion that Japan's foreign policy is characterized
with neutrality seeking an international role in order to keep its
interests in this region.

Jordan-Israel Relations: Its Merge And Development

Ibrahim Khalil Al- Allaf

مجلة دراسات اقلیمیة, السنة 4, العدد 9, الصفحة 11-22

Peace Agreement signed on October 26, 1994 between Jordan and Israel in Wadi-Araba on their borders was not but a circle in long series of relations which had been established since 1920's. In order to understand these relations, we should go back to its essentials explaining the reasons behind its continuity all over these years. The paper trying to give a view for the development of these relations as well as the consequences and both of official and popular positions.