As his battlefield losses mount Khalifa Haftar is running out of options and he soon may be running out of friends.
The oil sector and major oil producing nations face a period of protracted uncertainty and potentially far-reaching change.
The messy battle for oil market supremacy takes a nasty turn with wide geopolitical ramifications.
Mohammed Bin Salman is beginning to run out of options as Saudi Arabia grapples with the twin challenges of Covid-19 and the oil price rout.
Despite the growing threat of Covid-19, the wars in Yemen and Libya grind on further endangering millions of distressed civilians.
The latest OPEC+ agreement goes nowhere close to addressing the challenges the oil sector faces.
As the Idlib truce continues to hold, Vladimir Putin reinforces Russia’s dominant role in Syria.
Mohammed Bin Salman is fighting a war in Yemen and Covid-19. So was this the time to launch an oil price war with Russia?
Will the global battle against coronavirus help to counter three major MENA wars? The evidence is mixed. Despite Covid-19 numbers rising dramatically in the Gulf states and elsewhere in the Middle East (with a particular concern that Egypt is both suppressing true numbers and showing itself dangerously unprepared) there is one ray of positive news. In Syria, one of the three major conflicts in the region, combatants have appeared much readier to accept a truce and to consider putting talks ahead of guns. In Libya, however, the warlord General …