The Gulf: Publications

Civil war in Yemen: imminent and avoidable

Adam Baron - 23 March, 2015

The worst case scenario can be avoided by moving power-sharing from paper to reality.

Post-Nuclear: The future for Iran in its neighbourhood

Fatima Ayub - 11 December, 2014

The prospect of a less isolated Iran may not be welcomed by some of its hardline neighbours.

Qatar’s leadership transition: like father, like son

Andrew Hammond - 11 February, 2014

Qatar's foreign policy after a sudden regime change

The Gulf and sectarianism

Fatima Ayub - 13 November, 2013

How sectarian agendas shape the politics of the Middle East

What does the Gulf think about the Arab Awakening?

Fatima Ayub - 10 April, 2013

Understanding the influence of the Gulf States

Jordanian tremors: elusive consensus, deepening discontent

Julien Barnes-Dacey - 20 November, 2012

Economic challenges are fanning new tensions in Jordan

Jordan: Reform before it’s too late

Julien Barnes-Dacey - 10 April, 2012

Europe should take a more assertive approach to political reform in Jordan