Turkey can’t single-handedly solve the crisis in the Gulf – but it has the strength to influence the region’s political landscape.
Tagged: Saudi Arabia
Rather than turning Qatar’s people against their emir, the Saudi-led blockade of the Gulf state is stiffening its resolve instead.
A Saudi evolution to a green energy future is possible and within grasp. But it will require persistence from both government and citizens.
Very rich, heavily armed states are engaged in brinkmanship in the world’s most conflict-prone region. This doesn’t end well – for anyone.
The journalist couple share their thoughts and insights on Iran, in their first joint public event since being released from prison.
We discuss an Israeli bill banning BDS supporters from the country, Saudi’s first comic convention, and the legacy of the Iran-Iraq War.
A Saudi government agency tasked with providing entertainment options in the kingdom came under fire after approving a comic convention.
JMEPP spoke with Yemeni journalist and blogger Afrah Nasser about media coverage of the Yemen war, and what lies ahead for the country.
For nearly eight years, one of the few sources of meaningful journalism about life inside Qatar – as opposed to the the gas- and oil-rich country’s dealings abroad – has...
The Middle East is home to massive oil reserves, but some countries in the region are making headway in a very different field: renewable energy.