Abstract: At the height of the previous Arab Cold War between Egyptian Gamal Abd Al-Nasir and King Faisal of Saudi. Continue reading
Abstract: The Kurdistan Regional Government’s announcement that it would hold a referendum on independence on. Continue reading
Abstract: With the conflict in Libya proving to be hard to resolve through U.N. mediation, outside powers,. Continue reading
Abstract: The defeat of the Islamic State (IS) in Mosul represents an important turning point in the recent. Continue reading
Abstract: The re-election of incumbent president Dr Hassan Rouhani must be read as a mandate for the continuation. Continue reading
The involvement of countries such as Turkey, and potentially Russia and Iran, is likely to widen existing fractures within the GCC and weaken the web of partnerships with Western states that have formed the cornerstone of the post-1991 Gulf security architecture.
The American airstrike against Iranian-backed fighters near Al Tanaf base last month represent a major change in the nature of the United States’ use of force in Syria.
Introduction In the 1980s and the 1990s, the United Arab Emirates, led by its founding president, Sheikh Zayed. Continue reading
Abstract: Despite the fact that there was no more convenient interlocutor for negotiations than John Kerry, the. Continue reading
Abstract: The authoritarian Algerian regime faced a democratization attempt and a civil war in the 1990s, but. Continue reading