The crises and conflicts that erupted during the past number of years – with the Gulf crisis being the most recent – cover almost the entire Middle East, creating a high level of political and strategic liquidity. Accordingly, relations between the region’s countries have witnessed great changes, thus reshaping the features of the general scene and forming regional and global alliances that will not settle on a final form in the near future. Rapid changes rocking the Middle East hinder stability, increase sources of threat and make current regional and global alliances temporary and fragile arrangements open to all options. Where is the Middle East heading amid these transformations and changing alliances?