Qatar's World Cup
As Qatar kicks off the World Cup, the world and AGSIW are watching.
Petro Diplomacy is a signature annual event in Washington, DC bringing together private and public sector stakeholders from the United States and the Gulf Arab countries to discuss emerging trends in energy markets and regional politics.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted global energy markets and other aspects of Middle Eastern economies, with the long-term effects, particularly in the Gulf region, yet to be determined.
Looking East: The China-Gulf Initiative explores the expanding and multifaceted relations between China and Gulf Arab states.
AGSIW’s Next Gen Gulf series explores how the latest trends in technology are shaping the economies and governments of Gulf Arab states.
In this series, AGSIW helps frame the larger debate on U.S. defense posture in the Gulf and explores options for restructuring the United States’ policy goals and military presence in the region.
This series examines the acceleration of poverty in the Islamic Republic, the state's perception of the political and social impact of poverty and its response to dissent, and the economic challenges facing Iran’s next administration following the June 2021 presidential election.
With its 31 peer-reviewed journals, Imam Hussein University constitutes the academic backbone of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. Through an in-depth analysis, the Revelations From IRGC War University Journals series identifies what these journals reveal about the strategic thinking of the IRGC.
A 25-year agreement between Iran and China has sparked rumblings over what this means about the bilateral relationship as well as China’s ties with Gulf Arab partners.
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