Neville Teller, Eurasia Review

Neville Teller

Eurasia Review

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Past articles by Neville:

Questions From The Quake – OpEd

On August 17, 1999, Turkey suffered an earthquake registering 7.6 on the Richter scale that killed some 176,000 people. The then leader of the opposition in Turkey’s parliament, Recep Tayyip … → Read More

Why Does The US Ignore Hamas? – OpEd

Antony Blinken, US Secretary of State, was in Israel on January 30 and 31, incorporating a quick trip on the 31st to Palestinian Authority (PA) headquarters in Ramallah. Blinken arrived foll… → Read More

Saudi Arabia Still Won’t Commit – OpEd

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made no secret of his hope that Saudi Arabia will be the next Arab state to sign up to the Abraham Accords. He is reported to have discussed the issue w… → Read More

China And Israel: A Waning Relationship – OpEd

It was back in the 1990s that the Chinese began to realize that Israel was fast becoming a global technology hub. Previous frosty relations began to thaw, and China started to engage with Isr… → Read More

Dirty Tricks Ahead Of Turkey’s Elections – OpEd

The polls scheduled in Turkey for June 18, 2023 will combine the election of 600 members of the Grand National Assembly with the election of the President – his re-election, if Recep Tayyip Erdogan… → Read More

US To Support Israel-Arab Summit – OpEd

On December 20 some news media reported that the US was planning to convene a meeting early in 2023 between Israel and those Arab nations that have normalized relations with it. An American o… → Read More

Yemen’s Peaceful Future Snatched Away – OpEd

Over the Christmas period charities in their TV appeals showed pictures of Yemeni babes-in-arms and toddlers with skeletal limbs and lifeless eyes literally dying of starvation. Yemen remains one o… → Read More

The War Between Wars – OpEd

On the morning of Tuesday, December 20, fighter jets fired missiles at and around Damascus airport, destroying several weapons storage facilities and other infrastructure belonging t… → Read More

Turkey And Israel In Green Energy Partnership – OpEd

The tentative rapprochement with Israel, initiated by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Christmas Day 2020 has resulted in a major environmental achievement. On December 9, 2022 it w… → Read More

Iran In A Ferment – OpEd

Iran is in a state of disruption unprecedented in the 43 years since the Islamic revolution, led by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, substituted a religious oligarchy for the 2,500 year-old Persian mon… → Read More

China Consolidates Its Grip On The Middle East – OpEd

China’s President Xi Jinping flew to Saudi Arabia on December 7 to host a Chinese-Arab summit there. The visit had been on the stocks for some time. Xi was first invited to Riyadh back … → Read More

China Consolidates Its Grip On The Middle East – OpEd

China’s President Xi Jinping flew to Saudi Arabia on December 7 to host a Chinese-Arab summit there. The visit had been on the stocks for some time. Xi was first invited to Riyadh back … → Read More

Erdogan Prepares For A New Land Grab – OpEd

On 19 November Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan began launching air, drone and artillery strikes on north-eastern Syrian towns and cities. Over four days at least 100 strikes were reco… → Read More

Where’s The Justice In An ICJ Opinion? – OpEd

On November 11 a UN Special Committee voted in favour of requesting the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to provide an advisory opinion about whether Israel’s 55-year occupation of the West Ban… → Read More

UK’s Chief Rabbi And The Abraham Accords – OpEd

The 9th annual assembly of the Abu Dhabi Peace Forum was held this year in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from November 8–10. Founded in 2014 as a Forum for the Promotion of Peace in Muslim S… → Read More

The Arab League Walks A Tightrope – OpEd

The first meeting of the Arab League in three years took place on November 1 and 2. The venue was Algeria, chosen to commemorate its War of Independence against France, which began on Novembe… → Read More

Was OPEC’s Decision To Cut Oil Production ‘Purely Economic’? – OpEd

OPEC (the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) is composed of 13 of the world’s leading oil-producing nations. With the aim of coordinating action and controlling the market, OPEC r… → Read More

Why Israel Should Give Zelensky What He Wants – OpEd

Ever since it invaded Ukraine, Russia has succeeded in preventing Israel from providing meaningful support to the Ukrainians, using its presence in Syria and Israel’s security interests there as it… → Read More

Taking The Wait Out Of Kuwait – OpEd

Kuwait is an oil-rich emirate, tucked up in the north-western corner of the Persian Gulf. Its immediate neighbors are Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran. One factor that distinguishes it from … → Read More

Iran: The Ayatollahs Cannot Control Their Gen Z – OpEd

The Washington-based Pew Research Center, founded in 1996, has made its name by investigating the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world. Part of its early work involved studying the … → Read More