19 Jul, 2021

What does the Saudi-Emirati spat over Opec+ mean for the GCC?

Jonathan Fenton-Harvey | 19 July 2021

A standoff has recently erupted between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), allies in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and fellow Opec+ member states, after the UAE rejected the Opec+ proposed eight-month [...]

What does the Saudi-Emirati spat over Opec+ mean for the GCC?2021-07-19T10:35:01+03:00
13 Jan, 2021

Breakthrough in the Gulf Crisis Will Shape Regional Geopolitics

Samuel Ramani | 13 January 2021 | TR

On January 5, the Qatar diplomatic crisis came to an abrupt end at the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit in Riyadh. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt ended their boycott against Qatar, which began in June 2017
Breakthrough in the Gulf Crisis Will Shape Regional Geopolitics2021-01-13T13:05:52+03:00
25 Dec, 2020

Near in fear and far in aspiration: convergences and differences of the KSA-UAE alliance

Federico Donelli | 25 December 2020 | TR | AR

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) are often portrayed by the media and analysts as a single regional power group. Although the alliance is not at stake, it has a much more complex nature than is most commonly represented. The two Gulf monarchies show different stances and preferences on a variety of regional issues
Near in fear and far in aspiration: convergences and differences of the KSA-UAE alliance2020-12-30T16:46:25+03:00
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