TURKS vs SAUDIS: the FIGHT for the CONTROL of the MIDDLE EAST – VisualPolitik EN

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Wedged between Europe, North Africa and Central Asia, the Middle East is undoubtedly one of the hottest spots in international geopolitics. Whether we are talking about energy supply, religion, terrorism, opaque finances or wars. The Middle East is always in the limelight.

A region divided into two large groups: Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on the one hand and Qatar and Turkey on the other. Two blocs that get along so badly with one another that we can practically speak of a latent conflict. A real Arab cold war. In this video we tell you all the details about this division.

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