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The Saudi Snub

Thursday 14 May 2015
The White House’s bottom line for Camp David is to limit public condemnation of the emerging deal with Iran, but the Saudi king’s decision not to attend signals persistent Gulf Arab disquiet with U.S. diplomacy.
The presidential retreat at Camp David, Maryland, may be on a mountaintop, but the May 14 talks there between President Barack Obama and (...)

Bashar al-Assad’s spy chief arrested over Syria coup plot

Monday 11 May 2015
Ali Mamlouk, the head of the country’s National Security Bureau, has been removed as the regime of Bashar al-Assad begins to show divisions over the role of Iran
Ali Mamlouk was accused of holding secret talks with countries backing rebel groups By Ruth Sherlock, and Carol Malouf in Beirut The Assad (...)

From Riyadh to Paris to Camp David

Thursday 7 May 2015
This week’s Gulf Arab summit in Riyadh and Secretary Kerry’s May 8 meeting with GCC foreign ministers in Paris will be crucial to fixing the agenda for next week’s Camp David summit.
Amid a flurry of speculative news stories about what Washington can offer to placate Gulf concerns about the putative nuclear deal with Iran, a (...)

Shift in Saudi Oil Leadership

Tuesday 5 May 2015
The latest restructuring in the Saudi hydrocarbon sector could mean new policies for the world’s largest oil exporter.
On May 1, two days after making radical changes in the kingdom’s royal succession order and senior government posts, Riyadh announced that (...)

The United Arab Emirates Bulks Up on American Weapons

Monday 4 May 2015
Abu Dhabi’s prince wants more hardware
by KEVIN KNODELL On April 20, a representative of one of America’s strongest Middle East allies met with Pres. Barack Obama at the White House. (...)

Assad’s hold on power looks shakier than ever as rebels advance in Syria

Monday 27 April 2015
By Liz Sly April BEIRUT — A surge of rebel gains in Syria is overturning long-held assumptions about the durability of President Bashar (...)

Hizbullah airstrip revealed

Friday 24 April 2015
Nicholas Blanford, Beirut - IHS Jane’s Defence Weekly IMG/jpg/1633320_-_main.jpg Satellite imagery of the Hizbullah airstrip in northeast (...)

Saudis Show Their Military Might in Yemen Conflict

Thursday 23 April 2015
By sustaining nearly a month of intensive airstrikes in Yemen, Saudi Arabia shows it can lead a complicated military campaign
By YAROSLAV TROFIMOV RIYADH—Watching Saudi Arabia spend hundreds of billions of dollars on sophisticated weapons in the past decade, many (...)

The Terror Strategist: Secret Files Reveal the Structure of Islamic State

Sunday 19 April 2015
An Iraqi officer planned Islamic State’s takeover in Syria and SPIEGEL has been given exclusive access to his papers. They portray an organization that, while seemingly driven by religious fanaticism, is actually coldly calculating.
By Christoph Reuter Aloof. Polite. Cajoling. Extremely attentive. Restrained. Dishonest. Inscrutable. Malicious. The rebels from northern Syria, (...)

Global Soccer’s Backslapping, Backstabbing Backroom Deal-making Politics

Saturday 18 April 2015
Sheikh Ahmed Al-Fahad Al-Sabah Presidential elections and tournament hosting in the world of soccer appear to be seldom won on the merits of a (...)

Jane’s: Initial Saudi air strikes lacked intensity

Thursday 16 April 2015
Jeremy Binnie, London and Sean O’Connor, Indianapolis - IHS Jane’s Defence Weekly IMG/jpg/1535917_-_main.jpg Airbus Defence and Space (...)

Lebanon Continues to Muddle Through

Wednesday 15 April 2015
Washington’s efforts to increase security assistance are helpful, but Lebanon will remain a priority target for ISIS and other Sunni terrorist groups so long as Hezbollah continues fighting for the Assad regime in Syria.
On March 31, Lebanese prime minister Tammam Salam was in Kuwait attending a UN humanitarian relief conference for Syria, seeking a billion (...)

The Fierce Pressures Facing Pakistan

Saturday 11 April 2015
The future of Pakistan hangs in the balance, while its stability remains critical to global security
Pakistani Shiite Muslims protesting a suicide bomb attack on a Shiite mosque in Peshawar with portraits of the victims, February 20, 2015. At (...)

Why Muslims Are Rising Fastest and the Unaffiliated Are Shrinking as a Share of the World’s Population

Wednesday 8 April 2015
The Future of World Religions: Population Growth Projections, 2010-2050
PF_15.04.02_Projections_promo640x320 The religious profile of the world is rapidly changing, driven primarily by differences in fertility rates (...)

In Syria’s war, Alawites pay heavy price for loyalty to Bashar al-Assad

Tuesday 7 April 2015
The Alawites, the Assad family’s sect, have seen up to a third of their young men killed in the Syrian conflict and mothers are now refusing to send their sons to war
A rebel fighter shoulders a weapon as he moves with others towards their positions in the Selma region of the Jabal al-Akrad area in Syria’s (...)

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