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November 8, 2021
 People chant slogans during a protest in Khartoum, Sudan, Oct. 30. (AP Photo/Marwan Ali)
AP Photo/Marwan Ali
The Generals Take Back Power, Derailing Sudan’s Fragile Democratic Transition
  Anna L. Jacobs

Saudi Arabia and the UAE, because of their ties to key military leaders, will play a major role in what comes next in Sudan.
Gulf Countries Invade the Euro Football Pitch
  Erhan Akkas

Investments in European football clubs may appear to boost the public profile of the Gulf countries. However, at the same time, they risk increasing financial inequalities among football clubs and threaten to entangle them in Gulf political agendas.
Zayed University Adopts Experimental Approach, Prompting Skepticism and Support
  Nada Ammagui for Millennial Gulf

Students, faculty, and community members are apprehensive about a new interdisciplinary approach pitched by a collaboration between the UAE’s Zayed University and U.S. educational technology developer Minerva.
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  على الرغم من أن الانضمام إلى المحادثات الرباعية يهدد بإرباك العلاقات مع طهران، إلا أن نيودلهي تبدو مستعدة لتحمل مخاطر محسوبة في سبيل مواجهة من تعتبره خصمها اللدود والأكثر شراسة، ألا وهو الصين
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