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September 3, 2019
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Upcoming Event
As Maximum Pressure and Maximum Resistance Max Out, Where's the Confrontation with Iran Headed?
Thursday September 12 | 12:30 – 2:00 pm

Join AGSIW for a panel discussion with Ali Alfoneh, Dina Esfandiary, and Kirsten Fontenrose examining the ongoing tensions between the United States and Iran. Hussein Ibish will moderate the discussion.
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Iraq's port of Umm Qasr, near Basra, Iraq, Dec. 28, 2016 (AP Photo/Nabil al-Jurani)
AP Photo/Nabil al-Jurani
Publications
Colby Connelly

Countries that export larger quantities of low-sulfur crude oil will be the foremost beneficiaries of the demand brought on by IMO 2020, but the new regulations will not be a boon for everyone in the region.
Ali Alfoneh via The Arab Weekly

What are the prospects for a summit between the presidents of the United States and Iran? Can Rohani duplicate Kim Jong-un’s summit diplomacy with Trump?
In the Media
  • The National: Ambassador Stephen A. Seche commented on Saudi Vice Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman's visit to Washington and his discussions with the Trump administration on Yemen.
  • The Media Line: Hussein Ibish discussed ongoing tensions between the United States and Iran.
Houthi fighters ride on a vehicle as they patrol a street in Sanaa, Yemen, Dec. 4, 2017. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)
AP Photo/Hani Mohammed
AGSIW Archive
For background on the UAE-Saudi alliance in Yemen's conflict, read AGSIW's analysis "UAE Withdrawal Creates 'Crucial Moment' for Yemen Conflict." Visit AGSIW's Yemen page for continuing coverage on Yemen.
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