“Thomas van Linge’s colorful, detailed maps showing which parties control which parts of Iraq, Libya and Syria are a hit whenever he posts them on
“Companies from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates together pulled in about $12 billion in trade financing over the past five years — 8.5%
Robert Kaplan has penned a provocative piece in Foreign Policy entitles “The Ruins of Empire in the Middle East” where in he argues for the
This article, written largely from a Saudi perspective, explains Riyadh’s intervention into Yemen as a defensive strategy intended to avoid chaos on its southern border.
As in many parts of the Middle East, football (soccer in North America) is often a barometer of the larger political environment in Iran. Since
“Underlying all of this is how do we confront Iran’s interference in the affairs of the countries of the region,” the Saudi foreign minister, Adel