Ngl, I really doubt the Israelis would invade on Yom Kippur, like wtf. That's not even considering the cold War political proxy stuff in regards to the Middle East with the US not supporting their main ally in the area.
It is likely with the Aegean more or less shut off to the Genoese, Trebizond will soon dominate the Black Sea and retake Theodoro/Crimea. Now we have to see what the Venetian will respond to the resurgence of Imperial Naval Power.
It is very likely the army will have to rest as the nearly year-long campaigning is taking its toll on the men no doubt.
But still, within a year, Andronikos has secured most of Greece with the exception of Morea and Crete and that is no doubt a feat worthy of a triumph!
Now, the Empire only...
In the west, the main thing for the Romans to do would be to secure the rest of Greece, Eprius and maybe reclaim the Danube border.
I believe that the best borders the Romans could have would be Basil II's border.
And there are still the Megas Komnenoi kicking round in Trebizond. Hmm, maybe Alexandros is a hint that Trebizond potentially peacefully reunited with the Empire?
And personally, I belive the Rhomans would try to conquer the Levant, but I don't believe they would get very far.
I wonder if the church starting its own trade will lead to snowball effects down the line. Hybrid Clergy-Merchants?
Anyways, with the Anatolia frontier secure for now, the next move is likely cutting Serbia down to size and moving down towards Epirus/Thessaly or Morea?