Syria’s war has slipped out of the headlines but as the world’s attention is elsewhere ISIS and Russia remain busy.
Summary: The postponement of Saudi Arabia’s Future Investment Initiative is a sign that all is not well with the kingdom’s efforts to attract FDI.
In the run up to the election, President Trump and Jared Kushner anticipated a big win with the normalization of relations between the UAE and Israel but they have overhyped and overplayed their hand.
War weariness and growing Saudi frustration may finally drive Yemen’s many warring factions onto a path toward peace.
In response to the port explosion donor countries are bypassing the government of Prime Minister Hassan Diab.
On first glance, a Biden presidency would appear to offer positive solutions to Middle East challenges but such a conclusion may be far from reality.
Becoming the first Gulf state to bring a nuclear reactor online is a moment of pride for the UAE but it also raises questions and concerns.
A massive explosion devastates Beirut; Israel denies any involvement. We also circulate below a transcript of last Friday’s podcast “The tactics of terror: ISIS and Al Qaeda in Yemen”.
A key ministerial resignation, a Covid-19 upsurge, an economy headed to ruin and a middle class slamming headfirst into poverty: Lebanon’s disaster unfolds.
Mohammed bin Salman’s effort to secure an English Premiership club have gone for nought with a flawed game plan that wound up playing to his weaknesses.