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Category: Saudi Arabia

They Came To Baghdad

It seems that Saudi Arabia and Iran, considered as arch-rivals, are staging a détente in West Asia. Recent contacts between the Saudi and Iranian officials in the Iraqi capital of […]

Cultural Diplomacy?

Does the Shiite Crescent, a term used to describe a geopolitical entity consisting of Iran, Bahrain, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon, represent the mainstay of of Iran’s expansionist strategy in West […]

After Years Of Conflict

The rapprochement between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the Arab World has started taking shape a decade after Syria was removed from the Arab League and Assad declared Persona non-grata […]

To Create A Tolerant Generation…

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – the Islamic Nation in Western Asia having one of the world’s youngest populations, with approximately 50% of its population of 34.2 million being under […]

A Waste Of Efforts In West Asia?

Saudi Arabia and Israel, popularly known as two belligerent neighbours in West Asia, have taken initiatives to normalise their ties! Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud, the Saudi Foreign Minister, has […]

Studying On A Staple Fibre…

Well, it is about a soft, fluffy stable fibre, which is pure cellulose, growing in plants of the genus Gossypium… the plant itself being a shrub native to tropical and […]

Death Of A Columnist &…

It seems that even more than two years after his assassination at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Jamal Ahmad Khashoggi (October 13, 1958 – October 2, 2018) – the noted […]

Promoting A Political Settlement…

Saudi Arabia may face more competition from other regional powers in the coming days, as Iran and Turkey have decided to bolster co-operation. The concerned authorities in Ankara have confirmed […]