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This week’s virtual G20 Summit meeting in the Saudi capital Riyadh was a chance for the country to exploit a global media platform

A new initiative by UN Special Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths could form the basis of a political solution to the conflict in the country

There is little concern in the Arab Gulf states over major changes in US foreign policy under a Biden presidency

The Covid-19 pandemic and declines in global oil prices will put further pressure on Gulf economies, writes Ahmed Mostafa

Calls to boycott Turkish goods in some Arab countries are beginning to bite

Despite recent media reports, there is no reason to think there will be any immediate change in the Qatar crisis

The Arab Gulf countries are hedging their bets on the results of the upcoming US presidential elections, with many preparing for a Biden win while preferring a second term for Trump

New Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah will likely continue on the path set out by his brother, the late emir, especially in foreign policy

Hopes are high that a prisoner-exchange agreement between the warring factions in Yemen could lead to a political solution ending the conflict in the country

The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed normalisation agreements with Israel during a ceremony at the White House this week

The Arab Gulf countries have been stepping up their efforts to reclaim Iraq from the influence of Iran

The US and Israel are losing no time in rushing to cement the announced peace deal between Israel and the UAE

A government reshuffle took place in Oman last week as part of new Sultan Haitham Bin Tarik Al-Said’s efforts to face up to the country’s many challenges

Welcomed by many and rejected by some, the announced UAE-Israel peace deal has polarised opinions, with analysts left to wonder who will next follow suit

The Muslim Brotherhood is believed to be the main driver of tension between Egyptian expats and the Kuwaitis

Turkey stepped up its aggressive rhetoric against the UAE this week in a campaign that is also aimed at Egypt

Southern Yemenis took to the streets of the Hadhramaut province this week in protest against moves to court the Muslim Brotherhood in South Yemen

The UAE’s bold forays into space technology may be puzzling to some. But to wiser minds, it’s a masterful move

The Gulf countries are backing Iraq in the face of Turkish aggression as part of their stand against Ankara’s expansionism elsewhere in the region

There will be significant financial and other costs in limiting the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca this year as a result of measures taken to halt the spread of the Covid-19

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