As we go to press, the world is bereft of one of its most admired leaders: Sultan Qaboos bin Said of Oman, an enlightened monarch who ruled for nearly 50 years. His Majesty was an example of emulation for his own people and the wider international public. He was the sole Arab leader not to sever relations with Egypt over President Sadat’s accord with Israel in 1978.
Remembering His Majesty Sultan Qaboos
Symposium — U.S.-Iranian Confrontation: Domestic, Regional and Global Implications
The New Arab Uprisings: Lessons from the Past
“Lebanonization”: Framing Policy for the Puzzles of the Middle East
Decentralization in Libya After the Arab Spring
Jerusalem and Jordan: Rapprochement between the Kingdom and the Ikhwan?
The October 2019 Turkish Incursion into Kurdish Syria: Its Background & Broader Implications
Economics of the Gulf
Russia, Now and Then
Russia and the UAE: An Ideational Partnership
Incessant Interest: Tsarist, Soviet And Putinist Mideast Strategies