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Peace in Yemen does not mean a reversion to the status quo ante; competing external powers must determine what peace terms they can tolerate.
Conventional understandings of strength in international politics have been challenged as states responded to the health crisis.
The US bridles at China’s growing Middle East footprint. But the two are not necessarily doomed to be regional rivals.
The bloodshed may be over for the moment, but the battle for Gaza’s reconstruction is only just beginning.
The US is beginning to clarify its position on key flashpoints in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
The fight between Hamas and Israel resembles previous ones. But the current confrontation may be more consequential.
RUSI Associate Fellow Michael Stephens looks behind the first peace deal between Israel and a Gulf Arab state.
Dr Jack Watling sheds light on Iran's approach to Command and Control and proxy warfare.
Dr Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi talks to BBC News about the Iran Nuclear Deal. One year after the U.S. withdrew from the Iran Deal, Iran is looking to scale back its commitment.
Mike Stevens on a new study published by RUSI that tells the extraordinary story of how resistance activists and fighters in Mosul ‘punctured Daesh’s image of invincibility’ leading to the city’s...
Andrea Ghiselli and Maria Grazia Erika Giuffrida
China is attempting to weaken US power in the region but falling short of establishing its own sphere of influence.
A photo essay on the challenges faced by migrants.
Joe Biden is likely to follow a trajectory of path dependency in the Middle East, by leading from behind, delegating rather than implementing, being disruptive rather than constructive, and thus...
P Sadeghi and Jack Watling
It is hard for the Supreme Leader to change his position on major policy questions.
RUSI experts offered their assessments on the impact of Covid-19 in the Middle East.
His Excellency Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs delivered a briefing at RUSI on the Saudi view on Middle East security.
At this event Professor David Phillips will examine US Middle East policy, how it relates to Kurdish political aspirations and the role of Kurdish fighters combating ISIS in Iraq and Syria
This event will explore ways in which both Yemeni society and its disparate political groups can begin to reach compromise.
A lecture by Lieutenant General Jameel Kamil Al Shimary, President of Iraq’s Defence University for Military Studies.
Iran’s uranium metal production is ‘most serious nuclear step’ to date, but deal can still be saved
Dr Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi
Dr Karin von Hippel
Europe Continues to Brush Off the U.S. Maximum Pressure Campaign Against Iran
End of Tripoli siege raises fears of full-scale proxy war in Libya
H A Hellyer