• Post Abdullah Saudi Arabia: a Tale of Two Princes

  • It Is Not Too Late To Save Yemen

  • Al-Sisi at Davos Touts Egypt’s Political, Economic Reemergence

  • Cairo: A Rehearsal for the Split of the Syrian Opposition

Post Abdullah Saudi Arabia: a Tale of Two Princes

Post Abdullah Saudi Arabia: a Tale of Two Princes

The late King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz played a crucial role in shaping his country and the Middle East while alive. In his absence, he continues this legacy by virtue of his unfinished work of mapping out a clear line ...

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It Is Not Too Late To Save Yemen

It Is Not Too Late To Save Yemen

The quasi political collapse of Yemen’s government is another dose of bad news added to an already bad regional situation in the Middle East.  Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince Mohamed bin Nayef, who will be the real power house in ...

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Al-Sisi at Davos Touts Egypt’s Political, Economic Reemergence

Al-Sisi at Davos Touts Egypt’s Political, Economic Reemergence

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi made a strong personal intervention at the just-concluded annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, linking Egypt’s fight against the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) to the recent mass demonstrations in France following the Paris terror attacks ...

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Cairo: A Rehearsal for the Split of the Syrian Opposition

Cairo: A Rehearsal for the Split of the Syrian Opposition

The Obama Administration’s position on Bashar Al Assad has obviously shifted from demanding his “immediate departure” to accepting his prolonged stay in power as a “guarantee” to continue the war against terror. That means Al Assad’s strategy has paid off ...

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