Recording of the Lunch Discussion analysing Yemen's role in the current Gulf crisis and how recent regional developments will have an impact on the UN-coordinated…
A Lunch Discussion on Yemen's role in the current Gulf crisis
Saudi Arabia is suspending its assertive foreign policy, seeking to prevent an escalation in tensions
How can the EU demonstrate resolve and respond to the interests of Russia, Turkey, Iran and Saudi-Arabia?
Will admitting responsibility at the highest levels be enough to turn international opinion back in Saudi Arabia’s favour?
Policymakers have closely watched the emergence of an apparent rift between Saudi Arabia and the UAE, as well as an ostensible attempt at rapprochement between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, in recent weeks. The dynamics of the Gulf can have significant implications for European economic and political interests.
Boris Johnson's first foreign policy test will be avoiding stumbling the UK into a broader confrontation with Iran
Saudi Arabia is embracing a new nationalism that is transforming domestic politics and the country’s foreign policy
Oman's decision to grant the US Navy access to strategically important ports reflects intensifying global rivalry between the US and China. Europe can work to keep Oman a neutral mediator.
Nous avons le plaisir de vous inviter à un événement en présence de Radhya Almutawakel, Adam Baron, Aymeric Elluin, Lucile Grosjean et Camille Lons, coordinatrice du programme MENA de l'ECFR. sur le thème suivant : « Yémen : sortir de l'impasse après 4 ans de guerre ».