Related Sunni-ruled Gulf monarchies feel let down by their US ally and want good relations with their Shiite neighbour Iran but also fear the Geneva nuclear deal will boost its regional ambitions, analysts say. Saudi Arabia and the oil- and ... Al Ahram, 1 week ago
GCC states fear N-deal will boost Iran's regional desires - Qatar Peninsula, 1 week ago
By Saudi Arabia and other GCC countries fear that the landmark nuclear deal concluded by world powers with Tehran in Geneva on Sunday would boost Tehran's regional ambitions. Tehran agreed to curb its nuclear program in the breakthrough ...Eurasia Review, 1 week ago
The Arab states in the Gulf have greeted the news of a nuclear deal with silence, far from pleased by the US' growing rapprochement with Iran. Source AAP Arab states in the Persian Gulf have greeted the interim nuclear deal struck between Iran ...Special Broadcasting Service, 1 week ago Despite concerns, Iran's Arab Gulf rivals greet interim nuclear deal with silence Miami Herald, 1 week ago Gulf States Carefully Watching Iran Media Line, 2 months ago
A call for the United Arab Emirates to consider allowing expatriates to apply for citizenship has sparked a debate about national identity in the Gulf Arab state, where foreigners outnumber the local population by more than five to one. Sultan ...Albawaba, 1 month ago Call to naturalize expats stirs anxiety in the UAE Reuters, 1 month ago Call to naturalize some expats stirs anxiety in the UAE Yahoo!, 1 month ago Call To Naturalise Expats Stirs Anxiety Among UAE Locals Gulf Business, 1 month ago
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