Post Tagged with: "Saudi Arabian Foreign Policy"

Is the Saudi-U.S. Relationship “Broken”?

Is the Saudi-U.S. Relationship “Broken”?

Despite misalignment on certain crucial issues, the Saudi-U.S. strategic alliance is not “broken”. Most of the main pillars of the relationship are still relevant.

The Geopolitics of the Struggle for Syria

The Geopolitics of the Struggle for Syria

The disaster in Syria epitomizes the destructive effects of the sectarianization of regional geopolitical battles and the use of the popular Arab uprisings for otherwise geopolitical ends.

The Gradual Tilt to Asia: Cause for Re-Defining Saudi Arabia’s Regional Environment?

The Gradual Tilt to Asia: Cause for Re-Defining Saudi Arabia’s Regional Environment?

By promoting and continuing to dominate the sub-regionalisation of Middle East foreign policy through a more integrated and assertive GCC, Saudi Arabia could stand itself in good stead to gain from a tilt to Asia.

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