The article highlights the main discussions of the 17th Regional Security Summit, organized by the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS); an important platform to present official insights on the security developments taking place in the Arab Gulf region.
Every year when the economics Nobel Prize gets announced, a media mob assembles to attack the economics profession. Dr. Omar Al-Ubaydli claims that some criticisms may be warranted but many are simply wrong.
As part of its efforts to mobilize regional and global support for the upcoming national conference "Supporting Libya Stability" for October 21, 2021, Libyan Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush toured the Gulf.
U.S.-Saudi relations need to be redefined to clarify the concept of strategic partnership and its necessity for both sides, this is not based on a theoretical concept, but is confirmed by the historical experiences of the United States.
Given the importance of resolving interpersonal disputes in the work place to enable more dynamic organizations, Dr. Al-Ubaydli suggests children are taught conflict management from a young age through the education system.
Following the recent assistance provided by the GCC countries to USA with regards to transiting Afghan evacuees, this article discusses the status of the GCC-USA security relations in light of the fading boundaries between regional and global conflict.
The US has an ability to attract and absorb the world’s elite into its own citizenry yet is set on a course to shun immigration - closing its doors to global talent could be a grave and irreversible error.
Although the events from the beginning of the invasion in August 1990 to the liberation of Kuwait in January 1991 are well known, it is critical to examine the mechanisms that were used to manage the crisis.
What is the reality in GCC countries in terms of artificial intelligence research capability, the alignment with national development strategies, and potential implications with regards to local issues and trends?
An article that aims to highlight the importance of a global maritime security presence under the auspices of the United Nations to analyze maritime security threats and propose collective means to handle them.
An article that discusses strategies to confront security and maritime threats and to identify mechanisms for collective action. a discussion that formed part of a research paper presented by Dr. Ashraf Keshk during the Maritime Security and the Gulf States workshop, organized by the Gulf Research Centre Cambridge in July 2021.