In recent years, India’s relations with Saudi Arabia have gained a new momentum due to shared financial and security interests in the region.
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Yemen’s faltering economy desperately requires sustained, well-coordinated efforts to rebuild a country devastated by war and facing a humanitarian crisis.
The two analytic tools introduced here enable the conceptualisation of a structural approach to power that is ontologically accessible and fit for operationalization.
Matthiesen provides a rich and nuanced reconstruction of Shia history through an impressive analysis of primary documents that have never been studied before.
The Syrian war is not just one conflict, but several conflicts which interact with one another. Syria has become a quagmire in which nobody can win but all can lose.
Stacey Philbrick Yadav discusses the roots of the conflict in Yemen, assesses the key actors involved, and condemns the US’s role in supporting the Saudi-led coalition.
The decision of Saudi Arabia to let the Doha summit fail may be considered as a stone in the mosaic of Riyadh converting its foreign policy approach.
Riyadh has pulled off a clever maneuver by not signing a deal that it negotiated and agreed to as it has politically stalled its adversaries and has been a setback to its allies.
Banafseh Keynoush discusses the implications of the Iran-Iraq War, the future of Saudi-Iranian relations, and how the United States affects this relationship.
Paulo Casaca discusses the tension between Pakistan’s military and political establishments, its growing sectarianism, and its relationships with Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Ali G. Scotten discusses the significance of the Iranian nuclear deal, Iran’s changing relations with the US, and the political split between reformers and hardliners.
Avner Golov answers questions about the recent US-Iran nuclear agreement and its implications for Israel and wider regional security in the Middle East.