Strategic autonomy and technology transfers take center stage in a shifting UAE procurement policy.
The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington's eighth annual Petro Diplomacy conference examined the upheaval in the oil and gas markets following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the role of Gulf Arab oil producing states in meeting the sudden demand surge.
The November 29 edition of the Iran Media Review examines interviews with academics who call for the regime to “recognize other political forces” to avoid “violent change.”
While the strategic value of Iran’s drones seems limited thus far, Moscow seems to view them as an inexpensive – and punitive – way to maintain leverage in the conflict.
The November 25 edition of the Iran Media Review considers IRGC statements regarding Kurdish “separatists” and its attacks on these groups based in the Iraqi Kurdistan region.
The November 22 edition of the Iran Media Review considers commentary by Iranian media outlets on Bahrain’s parliamentary elections.
Qatar is relying on a robust injection of security capabilities and training from partner countries to help it cope with the challenges and potential risks of hosting such a large international event and has worked to take advantage of this security response to drive its national security strategy.
The November 18 edition of the Iran Media Review considers the unprecedented number of security forces killed during recent protests in Iran.
Two old regional partners forge ahead with renewed diplomatic, economic, and security ties, putting frictions related to Qatar boycott in the rearview mirror.Learn More
Through its careful examination of the forces shaping the evolution of Gulf societies and the new generation of emerging leaders, AGSIW facilitates a richer understanding of the role the countries in this key geostrategic region can be expected to play in the 21st century.Learn More