Jordan has suffered the most from the political instability that has marked the region for decades. Throughout the years, it paid the price over and over again: Palestinian displacement waves,...China and the US in the Gulf
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It has only been eight weeks since President Joe Biden was sworn into office, but Iran has already tested him on several fronts. First, thousands of members of the Iran-backed Houthi militia rushed to...Biden’s policy for the region
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As part of a military expansion plan in the region, which Riyadh will be asked to agree to, a senior US military delegation has toured a number of Saudi Red Sea and inland sites.Had this happened...Biden likelier to solve Iran problem
The door of possibilities is wide open during the coming months through the end of the year, and whoever believes that matters are settled in one direction or another is wrong. The beginning will be...Iran continues to test Biden’s limits
With much on his plate, President Joe Biden’s first months in office will be dedicated to handling several critical matters. In addition to matters related to Cuba, Venezuela, NATO, Europe, Turkey,...