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The EastMed gas: Paving the way for prosperity or more disastrous regional conflicts?

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  • SAVO

    SAVO

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    Always been, always will be.
    The geography is also a big factor.
    in politics and Geopolitics there is no place for a word like " Always " ..
    instead "dynamic interests " is the key word ...
     
    Genius

    Genius

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    in politics and Geopolitics there is no place for a word like " Always " ..
    instead "dynamic interests " is the key word ...
    I was referring to history.
    Iran's influence in the middle east has been minimal compared to turkey and turkmen tribes. Iranians like poetry and opium. :)
     
    SAVO

    SAVO

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    I was referring to history.
    Iran's influence in the middle east has been minimal compared to turkey and turkmen tribes. Iranians like poetry and opium. :)
    every part try to extend its influence ..
    in the past there was the clash between empires ( austro hungaric , russian , ottoman , etc )
    now the clash is on geopolitical interest ( routes for trade , markets , gas routes ..)
     
    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    in politics and Geopolitics there is no place for a word like " Always " ..
    instead "dynamic interests " is the key word ...
    Indeed, I cannot recall who said it, but I agree: "In geopolitics there are no permanent allies or permanent enemies, only permanent interests".
     
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