Saudi Arabia: Dissident princes

The London-based BBC Arabic in mid-August carried a report on three Europe-based Saudi princes who have disappeared, along with an interview with a fourth dissident, Prince Khaled bin Farhan. The BBC said the three missing princes – Sultan Bin Turki Bin Abdelaziz, Turki Bin Bandar and Saud Bin Saif Al-Nasr – were likely abducted and flown back to the kingdom. Prince Sultan is a son of the late Prince Turki (died 2016), a member of the Sudairi Seven. 
Issue 1,043, 7 September 2017. Read More

Bahrain's Economic Performance

read more

Gulf boundaries and hydrocarbons infrastructure

read more

The Gulf region: economy and society

read more

Iraqi Kurdistan hydrocarbons infrastructure map

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

read more
Register now Buy credit to view GSN articles Search the GSN archive Sign up for GSN News Alerts Request a GSN free trial

GSN View

Saudi Arabia: Riyadh’s power play pivots Beirut back into a political vacuum

Saad Hariri’s extended sojourn in Riyadh, widely believed to be at King Salman Bin Abelaziz’s pleasure – or rather...

read more

Iran: Greater security, more confidence in region

While US President Donald Trump’s administration and his supporters in Riyadh, Abu Dhabi and Manama like to portray Iran as...

read more

Aramco IPO doubts cast further gloom over Saudi reform plans

In the run-up to the latest effort to establish Saudi Arabia’s credentials as a forward-looking hub for investment, clouds...

read more
SEE ALL POSTS

Events

4-6 December

The World Islamic Banking Summit

ART Rotana Hotel, Amwaj Islands, Kingdom of Bahrain.

14-15 February

Saudi Renewable Energy Conference

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

6-8 March

Middle East Electricity

Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE

SEE ALL EVENTS
Web Design by FDC