Agenda

In Pursuit of Democracy: A War of Paradigms on the Libyan Front

Following the approval of the Turkish Parliament to send troops to Libya, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi quickly convened a meeting with the...

Will Oman Be Ready for a Post-Oil Future?

Oman represents a different model among GCC countries with its unique political, economic and social structure. The country differs from its fellow...

Can Pakistan act as facilitator in the Iran-Saudi Arabia rapprochement?

Mohammad Pervez Bilgrami Saudi Arabia and Iran, the two prominent regional powers with conflicting ideological interests, have been at loggerheads...

Why the Gulf Crisis is Here to Stay

There have been rumors regarding a possible easing of tensions between Qatar and its troubled GCC partners Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates....

Recent Cabinet Reshuffles Demonstrate A Saudi Anxiety

The government of Saudi Arabia has been experiencing major cabinet reshuffles, at least from the implications of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi...

Opposition to Turkey reflects Arab League’s hypocrisy

The Arab League’s condemnation of Turkey’s Operation Peace Spring in northern Syria has caused serious reaction among the Turkish public...

Saudi Arabia’s 2030 Vision for Economy and ARAMCO's Importance

With Mohammed Bin-Salman being announced the crown prince in place of Mohammed bin Nayef in 2017, Saudi Arabia entered a new era in terms of politics...

Will the Appointment of a new Energy Minister relieve Saudi Arabia’s Economic Woes?

New Saudi economy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman is the son of King Salman bin Abdulaziz and an older half-brother of the Crown Prince. His...