As opportunities for peace in Yemen recede, the urgency to resolve humanitarian aid issues grows ever more pressing.
Turkey faces difficult decisions in Syria as Assad’s forces close in on Idlib.
As the world begins to slowly tilt away from fossil fuels, the globe’s largest energy company faces big challenges and the threat of stranded assets in future.
The oil price in 2020 has been highly volatile compared to last year and barring resumed tension in the Gulf it is unlikely to regain its losses soon, putting pressure on the Aramco valuation.
In the field of counter-terrorism, Morocco has had real success. But its approach could be refined further.
Summary: The naming of a new prime minister designate in Iraq has neither calmed street protests nor clarified the country’s future direction.
Summary: As Tunisia’s economy continues to struggle, the failure to form a new government threatens the country’s fragile democracy.
As details of the “deal of the century” filter down Arab states back the Palestinians and turn away from Washington.
Turkey’s President Erdoğan strives to balance relations with Russia as he risks being dragged further into the civil war in Syria.
Libyan political activist Ashur Shamis writes that the renegade general Khalifa Haftar has no interest in peace and no strategy other than war as he bids to seize the country.