Cinzia Bianco & Hugh Lovatt - 14 August 2020
The Israel-UAE peace deal provides multiple wins for both countries, and for the US. But it could yet deepen the region’s political fault lines.
Helen Lackner - 08 May 2020
The Southern Transitional Council’s declaration of “self-rule” threatens to revive the internecine feuds of previous generations.
Cinzia Bianco - 20 April 2020
Saudi Arabia took a major risk in launching the oil price war. There may be a political price to pay.
David Jalilvand - 20 March 2020
The Russian-Saudi oil spat is exacerbating volatility in the Gulf – and beyond.
Cinzia Bianco & René Wildangel & Tarek Megerisi & Julien Barnes-Dacey & Anthony Dworkin & Ellie Geranmayeh & Hugh Lovatt - 19 March 2020
Cinzia Bianco - 12 March 2020
The Saudi leadership’s recent robust moves could mark the start of the crown prince’s long-awaited ascent to the throne.
Helen Lackner - 03 February 2020
The strategic ambitions of Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been diverging in Yemen – to the detriment of hopes for peace on the ground.
Cinzia Bianco - 14 January 2020
The fractious context of the Gulf means Oman’s new ruler could soon find himself seeking to emulate his predecessor and championing regional diplomatic dialogue
Cinzia Bianco - 07 November 2019
Saudi Arabia is suspending its assertive foreign policy, seeking to prevent an escalation in tensions.
Eman Alhussein - 02 October 2019
Will admitting responsibility at the highest levels be enough to turn international opinion back in Saudi Arabia’s favour?
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