- Simon Henderson
Great Power Competition
Policy Analysis on Great Power Competition
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
Articles & Testimony
The Ukraine war has not only reaffirmed Erdogan’s remarkable political survival skills, but also highlighted the degree to which Ankara’s improved diplomatic standing is traceable to its success in exporting an innovative drone-centered military operational approach.
- Soner Cagaptay
- Rich Outzen
Although alternatives to the UN mechanism carry uncertainties of their own, continuing the broken status quo will only boost Moscow, endanger Syrian civilians, and help the Assad regime avoid sanctions—not to mention whetting his appetite for natural gas shipments.
Jul 14, 2022◆
- Anna Borshchevskaya
- Louis Dugit-Gros
- Andrew J. Tabler
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