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Putin’s package of constitutional amendments, granting more authorities to the Federal Assembly, will likely pass amid the absence of a robust opposition

New Omani Sultan Haitham Bin Tariq has pledged to walk in the footsteps of his predecessor. But Oman faces significant challenges that may test its traditional policy of neutrality, writes Haitham Nouri

Haitham Nouri examines the positions of regional and international players on Turkey’s latest moves in Libya


After a tumultuous year in Sudan, the challenges ahead will determine the future of the country

Algeria’s president-elect Abdelmadjid Tebboune will carry a heavy burden of challenges from 2019 into the coming year


When it comes to the ease of doing business and competitiveness in Africa, Mauritius and Rwanda lead by example


Sudan is taking steps to end the influence of its former ruling party and to improve the treatment of the country’s women, reports Haitham Nouri

In the next six months leading up to parliamentary elections, will Ethiopia move towards more federalism, or will its premier be able to unite its political and ethnic groups, asks Haitham Nouri

Negotiations between Sudan’s transitional government and armed movements are moving in parallel courses as the deadline to sign the comprehensive peace agreement approaches, writes Haitham Nouri

According to The Intercept report, Brotherhood delegation in the meeting said that 'one of the most important things the groups shared, was a hatred for Saudi Arabia, the common enemy of the Muslim Brotherhood and Iran'

Will the Riyadh Agreement between the internationally recognised government of Yemen and the Southern Transitional Council finally give the country the peace it deserves, asks Haitham Nouri

It was not immediately clear if Saudi, Emirati, and Bahraini fans would travel to Qatar for the event, as the three states have banned their citizens from visiting Doha since 2017

The statement added that President Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian cabinet are in communication with regional and international parties to stop the Israeli aggression


Ethnic and religious conflicts figure high on the list of challenges facing Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, writes Haitham Nouri

Saad Al-Hariri steps down, but many fear that Lebanon’s crisis, driven by debt, will not be resolved anytime soon

Ethiopia's Nobel Peace Prize-winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed faces a serious political challenge as dozens of people were reported dead in two days of unrest

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