Yuriy Zinin

“Russian Oil Price Cap”: the Middle East’s Perspective

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Attempts by G7 countries to set a price limit on the sale of Russian oil on world markets are provoking reactions in the Middle East region, especially in oil-producing countries. In local analyst circles, the message promoted by the proponents of this idea that the demand for hydrocarbons has decreased, is not popular. The Americans want to promote this idea…

Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan: Feedback from the Middle East

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The visit of US House of Representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan was met with bewilderment and wariness in the Middle East media. This is evidenced, in particular, by the headline comments on the subject: “Taiwan after Ukraine on the American chessboard”, “Controversial visit”, “Why provoke China?”, etc. What…

Anti-Russian Sanctions: a Middle Eastern Perspective

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The Arabic portal “Elaph” has called anti-Russian sanctions the “friendly and bitter fire of the USA in Europe” that has led to negative consequences for the economies of the countries of the Old World. They suffered from them after announcing the rejection of Russian gas, with no clear alternative to replace it. The portal’s opinion is woven into the flow of comments…

“Democracy Arsenals” in Kiev’s Support: Middle Eastern Perspective

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“War not in the name of democracy”, “Will democracy arsenals benefit Ukraine?” these and other similar headlines mirror Middle Eastern views on the situation in Ukraine.  They address a key narrative of the Western world: Ukraine allegedly has become a flashpoint where war “between Western democracy and Russia’s…

Sanctions against Russia: Reactions from the Middle East

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The Middle East media have not stopped commenting on recent developments in Ukraine through the prism of their perception in the region. Particular attention is paid to the topic of the sanctions imposed on Moscow and their resonance in the Arab world. As can be seen, attitudes towards these measures are negative in the region. After all, a number of Arab…

Crisis in Ukraine Through the Prism of Middle Eastern Social Media

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The Russian special operation in Ukraine continues to resonate prominently on social media in the Middle East region. Local analysts monitor how the Internet views these events and their impact on different areas of life and politics. According to a Moroccan researcher, the picture here is a mosaic, as evidenced by the flood of user…

Ukraine and Middle Eastern Media: Western Masks are Off!

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The Ukrainian events have been a constant item on the agenda for media outlets of Middle Eastern countries since the start of Russia’s special operation. Observers note a never before seen information onslaught against Moscow coming from the West, when it comes to covering the Ukrainian crisis. According to many estimates, this torrent of content…

Russia’s Operation in Ukraine, a Middle Eastern Perspective

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“Ukraine: the price of the American-European deception,” “A lesson for the Ukrainian people in the school of the West.” These and similar headlines have flooded the Middle Eastern media and social media in the wake of the Russian military operation in Ukraine.  One of the main topics is the reasons and background for this move and its perception in the Arab…

Russian Gas and Ukraine: a Middle Eastern Perspective

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Hype in the West regarding Russia’s plans to seize Kyiv and its other “schemes” garnered response and comments in the Middle Eastern political circles and media. Among these the US-driven propaganda narratives regarding Moscow’s alleged intent to use its gas as a geopolitical weapon and about the gas stranglehold that Russia has allegededly put…

Do the Russians Want War?

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“Do the Russians want war?” This is the type of headlines in Middle Eastern media reports on the recent Western-led information campaign dealing with the alleged military threat posed by Russia. The mosaic of approaches and opinions is wide-ranging. Some commentators take a light-hearted view of the events and adopt theses of Western propagandists, muddled with false assertions…

The Fate of Russian Literature in the Arab World

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Russia recently took part in the Sharjah International Book Fair, the largest one in UAE. The exposition featured books published in the Russian Federation, which included Arabic. Russian representatives held talks with the Emiratis to launch a major joint project, translating and publishing a series of Russian classical and modern literature into Arabic…

Gas Crisis in Europe: an Outlook of the Arab World

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The current turbulence in the European gas market has attracted the attention of the Arabs closely watching the gas price situation. After all, the Arab oil-producing countries account for 56% of oil reserves and almost 27% of natural gas globally. In 2020, according to local data, they produced 28% of oil and 15% of natural gas on the planet, and the revenues…


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