OPINION
COLUMNISTS
Mohammed Alyahya
Mohammed Alyahya

Mohammed Alyahya is a London-based political analyst focusing on Gulf politics and policy. His writing and analysis has appeared on Al-Monitor, the Huffington Post, and U.S. News, the BBC, Al Jazeera, CCTV America and other outlets. Among other affiliations, he is an Associate Fellow at the King Faisal Center for research and Islamic Studies 2014-2015 and a member of the advisory board at the Future Trends in the Gulf Region project at Chatham House.

COLUMNISTS
Mohammed Alyahya
Mohammed Alyahya

Mohammed Alyahya is a London-based political analyst focusing on Gulf politics and policy. His writing and analysis has appeared on Al-Monitor, the Huffington Post, and U.S. News, the BBC, Al Jazeera, CCTV America and other outlets. Among other affiliations, he is an Associate Fellow at the King Faisal Center for research and Islamic Studies 2014-2015 and a member of the advisory board at the Future Trends in the Gulf Region project at Chatham House.

RECENTLY PUBLISHED

An oil policy for the long haul: How Saudi Arabia protects its market share

Saturday, 19 March 2016

Saudi Arabia’s decision not to cut oil production in reaction to the fall in oil prices is rooted in its own economic interests

In Iran, old habits die hard

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

In 1987, hundreds of thousands of Muslims of different nationalities, skin colours and sects gathered in Makkah for worship during the hajj season. ...

The Iran deal is Iran’s nuclear bomb

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

The nuclear deal paradoxically gives Iran the same protection that a nuclear bomb would have given it

Top
BREAKING NEWS
How are we doing?
X

How are we doing?

Name Name *
Email Email *
Country Country
Message Message *
Maximum 550 words allowed