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Chatham House Expert Urges UK to Boost Economic Ties with Moro...

Jane Kinninmont, the deputy head of the Middle East and North Africa program at the Chatham House think tank said that the UK should build on the Brexit in order to boost ties with the MENA region especially, Morocco and Tunisia. The UK's departure ... Algeria Business Info, 1 month ago
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Trump Presidency and its implications on the Middle East discussed by Committee

MIL OSI United Kingdom Source: British Parliament News Headline: 22 November 2016 The International Relations Committee takes evidence from former UK special advisor on the Middle East and leading regional analysts on the implications of the new ...
 Foreign Affairs.co.nz1 week ago

Rival Powers Struggle to Gauge Trump's Middle East Priorities

LONDON — As Russian and Syrian government forces resume air attacks on Aleppo, there are growing fears among Syrian rebels they may lose U.S. support once President-elect Donald Trump takes office. Across the Middle East, rival powers are trying ...
 VOA News2 weeks ago
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Trump's America will keep on bombing Isis but that won't crush it | Ranj Alaaldin

A reduced US commitment to winning the peace as well as the war will mean the transnational threat of Isis remains, even if the caliphate is ended • Become a Guardian supporter or make a contribution From what we know so far, Donald Trump's ...
 The Guardian3 weeks ago

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Boris Johnson touts underpants sales to Arab world

Foreign Secretary jokes about selling sand to Saudis in speech to Arab diplomats but human rights groups concerned about closer ties The British government is set to pursue closer economic ties with Arab states as a consequence of the UK's looming ...
 Middle East Eye1 month ago

Islamic militant groups Recruits likely to be well educated, study finds

World Bank study based on leaked Islamic State records finds no link between poverty or educational levels and radicalisation Recruits to Islamic militant groups are likely to be well educated and relatively wealthy, with those aspiring to be ...
 The Guardian1 month ago

Iran-Saudi war of words heats up ahead of hajj

A bitter war of words between Iran and Saudi Arabia intensified today ahead of the annual hajj pilgrimage from which Iranians have been excluded for the first time in decades. Irans supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei blasted the "incompetence" of the Saudi ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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