Kuwait’s Foreign Policy In Context

Will Kuwait Continue To Lead On Post-ISIS Reconstruction Efforts? Kuwait’s Foreign Policy In Context   By Sigurd Neubauer With the eruption of the Gulf crisis,…

Historical Assessment of the Current Gulf Crisis

This paper studies the ongoing crisis between Qatar and the Arab quartet—Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, and Egypt—from several perspectives to better analyze…

The Gulf’s Impending Demographic Dividend

The Gulf’s Impending Demographic Dividend: Youth & Private Sector Development The Arab Gulf states have reached a critical juncture in which key decisions could determine…

Gulf Countries and Iranian Expansion

It seems clear that our region is entering a new phase of Iranian expansion. President Donald Trump succinctly described this situation in a recent speech…

The Gulf Countries and the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) is an important issue for Arabs because it is a classic example of people who try…

Yemen After Saleh: A Political Power Vacuum

  Ali Abdullah Saleh, former president of Yemen who served for 33 years, was killed by former allies belonging to the Iranian-backed Houthi insurgent group….

Iran’s Nuclear Agreement Maybe Back to Square One

  Iran’s nuclear agreement may be back to square one, as a new crisis looms.   American President Donald Trump has criticized the nuclear deal…