Saudi Arabia

mohammed bin salman
Pragmatic Re-Balancing: the Saudi Dual Outreach to Israel and Iran
While the Middle East remains littered with flashpoints, Saudi Arabia is reaching out to Israel and Iran in an attempt to defuse simmering tensions and build consensus, with the Kingdom shifting from a confrontational to fence-mending approach.
Sep 20, 2022
  • Leonardo Jacopo Maria Mazzucco

Syria

Jordan-Syria Border
The Captagon War: Smuggling on the Jordanian-Syrian Border
As drug smuggling increases across Jordan’s border with Syria, Jordanian authorities need to seek solutions in both the security and social spheres.
Sep 30, 2022
  • Saud Al-Sharafat

U.S. Middle East Policy

President Joe Biden meets Palestinian Authority President Abbas in July 2022
Reactions of Palestinian Media and Political Leaders to Biden’s Visit to the Region
Palestinians felt that Biden’s visit did little to aid the Palestinian cause, despite attempts by the Palestinian Authority to portray the trip as a success.
Sep 26, 2022
  • Jalal Selmi
Algeria’s Foreign Policy: Facing a Crossroads
The ongoing war in Ukraine, with its recrystallization of allegiances, can provide Algeria the opportunity to return from a shift towards Russia and China back to a more balanced relationship with great powers.
Aug 9, 2022
  • Vasilis Petropoulos