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Abrasive leadership and urban terror mark difficult transition in Iraq

Abrasive leadership and urban terror mark difficult transition in Iraq

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Bahrain walks a tightrope in wake of inquiry into crackdown

Bahrain walks a tightrope in wake of inquiry into crackdown

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Advantage Erbil: ExxonMobil deal springs from new Iraqi tensions

Advantage Erbil: ExxonMobil deal springs from new Iraqi tensions

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Arab Spring gives impetus to revival of Qatar’s democratic commitment

Arab Spring gives impetus to revival of Qatar’s democratic commitment

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Spotlight on Middle East arms sale unlikely to bring meaningful change

Spotlight on Middle East arms sale unlikely to bring meaningful change

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Shedding light on the distribution of royal wealth in Saudi Arabia

Shedding light on the distribution of royal wealth in Saudi Arabia

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Oman looks to cement its place as the Switzerland of the region

Oman looks to cement its place as the Switzerland of the region

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Zambia Election: Micheal Sata takes Presidential Oath

Zambian opposition leader Michael Sata has been sworn in as president after beating incumbent Rupiah Banda in a tightly...

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Qatar’s pay and pension rises could store up problems for the future

Qatar’s pay and pension rises could store up problems for the future

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Bahrain's Economic Performance

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Gulf boundaries and hydrocarbons infrastructure

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The Gulf region: economy and society

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Iraqi Kurdistan hydrocarbons infrastructure map

Revised in January 2015, this map provides a detailed overview of hydrocarbons infrastructure in the Kurdistan area of Iraq.

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Region: Azerbaijan cultivates range of relations

Azerbaijan’s capital Baku played host to another group of visiting Gulf officials on 18 March as a Saudi delegation led by...

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Progress in Hodeidah but warnings of trouble elsewhere in Yemen

In United Nations-backed talks in Hodeidah in mid-February, a detailed programme of action was agreed to implement a Houthi withdrawal from the port city – the first of the three areas of agreement at the Stockholm peace conference in December. The plan should allow a resumption of humanitarian operations at the port under UN supervision – a critical step if the famine sweeping Yemen is to be tackled – but progress remains painfully slow and Hodeidah remains just one part of a complex arena.

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Khashoggi’s ghost still haunts Saudi policy in Yemen and MBS at home

Try as it might, Saudi Arabia can’t put the murder of Jamal Khashoggi behind it. Four months after the brutal killing in...

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