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Saudi Arabia signals a more muscular foreign policy less reliant on US
Stars and Stripes

Saudis signal a more muscular foreign policy less reliant on US

Riyadh: Just weeks into the reign of Saudi Arabia's new ruler, King Salman Bin Abdul Aziz, wars were raging across two of the kingdom's borders. To the north, Daesh militants were threatening the ... Chatham House, 2 days ago
US-Iran thaw spurred Saudi action on Yemen: experts Your Middle East, 3 weeks ago
The Times Of Israel

Political rivalries in the Mideast stoke dangerous division

By Sara Hussein ,AFP BEIRUT, Lebanon -- Across the Middle East, fierce rivalry between Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shiite Iran is heightening sectarian tensions, even in conflicts that analysts say are primarily political. Riyadh and Tehran adhere to ...
 China Post2 weeks ago In Mideast, religious wars often a front for political rivalries  The Times Of Israel2 weeks ago Middle East rivalry driven by politics, sectarianism  Malay Mail2 weeks ago Middle East political rivalries stoke dangerous sectarianism  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago

Emirates forges special relationship with el-Sissi's Egypt

The United Arab Emirates has pumped billions of dollars into Egypt and is lining up investors to try to stabilize its damaged economy, while building military cooperation. In their deepening relationship, an economically exhausted Egypt benefits ...
 Investor's Business Daily1 month ago

Falling oil prices, internet-savvy youth pose challenge for Gulf monarchies

LONDON— There are warnings that the Gulf monarchies are dangerously out of touch with younger generations - and the falling price of oil is destroying the traditional economic bargain between the state and its people. Gulf states largely ...
 Chatham House1 month ago
VOA News

UN Envoy Hails Yemen Breakthrough

LONDON— A U. N. special envoy says Yemen's political parties are close to signing a deal that could prevent the country from sliding into civil conflict. The crisis erupted last year when the Shia Houthi militia seized power, prompting the ...
 VOA News2 months ago
Chatham House

Significant political change is coming to the Gulf

Photo by ArabianEye / monarchies, often seen in the West as bastions of stability, argues a new Chatham House report entitled Future Trends in the Gulf . The Gulf states are already undergoing dramatic demographic and economic changes ...
 Chatham House2 months ago Chatham House - Significant political change is coming to the Gulf  Wired-GOV2 months ago
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