The showdown between Libya’s rival prime ministers could continue indefinitely unless Turkey plays a more assertive mediation role.
A Saudi-Emirati-Israeli military alliance is unlikely and runs counter to the Gulf states’ security interests and diplomatic efforts with Iran.
In light of the current economic collapse, a review of Lebanon’s political history reveals that the sectarian system thrives in times of crisis.
The Saudi government’s investment in teaching Chinese is rooted in geopolitics, but implementation challenges abound.
A mining operation in the Chouf Mountains reveals the appeal of cryptocurrency in the context of Lebanon’s financial crisis.
The economic consequences of political deadlock serve neither the interests of rival political blocs nor the Iraqi public.
Planting landmines in Yemen is an act of aggression against civilians and their institutions.
The Lebanese Forces had a strong showing in recent elections, but a conversation with Samir Geagea, the party’s chairman, indicates challenges ahead.
Biden’s visit produced a few tangible gains but also raised questions about the future of Saudi-American relations.
In a recent interview, former President Moncef Marzouki said that Saied’s coup would not prevail and has proposed a road map to confront the crisis.
As a result of Spain reversing its position on the Western Sahara in favor of Morocco’s autonomy plan, Algeria has suspended its long-standing friendship treaty with Madrid.