Arab Digest · Mustafa Al-Kadhimi's Hard Road
Regardless of who is elected president, Washington may choose to let lapse a struggling U.S. initiative aimed at achieving greater security cooperation between MENA states.
The fragility of Sudan’s efforts to achieve democracy have been exposed by the decision to normalise relations with Israel.
Arab Digest · Biden And The Middle East
Qatari foreign affairs, once hugely ambitious and assertive, are today much more modest but proving very effective in blunting the blockade put on it by its Gulf neighbours.
The Iran-backed militia Kataib Hezbollah has declared a truce in Iraq until after the US presidential election as long as the Americans agree to get all their soldiers out.
Arab Digest · A new great game unfolds in the Middle East
Arab Digest · From Obama to Trump: US policy in the Middle East
As Turkey, Russia and the US weigh up their options, a shaky ceasefire in Syria’s Idlib province may be about to end.
Arab Digest · The trouble with normal (is it always gets worse)