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A highly sophisticated plot to destabilise the rule of Jordanian King Abdullah II seems to have been thwarted in the country last weekend

Efforts to end the war in Yemen await an Iran deal

Al-Ahram Weekly watches while the Gulf demonstrates support for Syria’s return to the Arab fold

Al-Ahram Weekly keeps up with developments in relations between Turkey and the Gulf countries

Al-Ahram Weekly follows the recent escalation between Saudi Arabia and the Houthis

After many years of neutrality in Gulf and other conflicts, Oman is now playing a more active foreign-policy role

The ice may be thawing between the Arab Gulf states and Turkey

In the Yemeni war, the humanitarian crisis has taken centre stage

Many are drawing an analogy with Barak Obama’s policy in the region, which actually made no difference

Ahmed Mostafa sums up the issues surrounding Dubai’s policy on Covid-19

The Gulf-Iran rapprochement seems to be imminent, but will it be out of good will or strategic concerns

The Saudi announcement of opening its embassy in Doha tied the knot for a three and half years of total boycott

The announcement of domestic reforms in Oman will not affect its traditionally non-aligned position abroad

The 41st Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Summit in Al-Ula, north-western Saudi Arabia, spelled the end of a boycott of Qatar by half of its neighbouring member states, reports Ahmed Mostafa

This year has seen an economic squeeze in the Arab Gulf countries as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as moves to normalise relations with Israel

There seems little hope of a breakthrough in the Qatar crisis despite the personal involvement of outgoing US White House adviser Jared Kushner

Last week’s parliamentary elections in Kuwait have resulted in an all-male assembly that will need to face up to some major financial challenges

There is little anxiety in the Arab Gulf countries about possible reprisals on their soil after the assassination of Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh near Tehran

Revelations that British troops have been secretly deployed in Saudi Arabia have drawn renewed attention to the UK’s military cooperation with the oil-rich Gulf country

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

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