Just 1 percent of regular actors on primetime and streaming television are Middle Eastern or North African.
By James M. Dorsey Talks aimed at transferring US nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia serve as an indicator of where the
Transition is the name of the game in the Middle East and North Africa. The question is, transition to what? Dominating the
It is important that we convey our gratitude to those who have contributed so amply to our international communities.
By James M. Dorsey Recent moves by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates suggest that the two Gulf states may be looking
By James M. Dorsey As US President Donald J. Trump gropes with a set of bad options for responding to North Korea’s rapidly
By James M. Dorsey Saudi Arabia, with the Islamic State on the ropes in Iraq, is forging ties to Iraqi Shiite leaders and
A web of formal and informal Israeli-Arab relations and common fears of renewed popular uprisings that could threaten regimes
Lurking below the surface of the Gulf crisis, are rival, yet troubled, attempts by Qatar and its detractors to use sports
By James M. Dorsey International soccer governance is tying itself up in knots with football associations grappling with
A Saudi and UAE-led campaign to force Qatar to halt its support for Islamists and militants is little else than a struggle
In the recently published Arab Youth Survey (Arab Youth Survey) there was one alarming figure that caught my attention: 66
By James M. Dorsey Increasingly caught up in the Middle East’s multiple conflicts, Pakistan is struggling to balance relations
While we all try to convince ourselves that we do not harbor stereotypes, we do. Whether founded in our experiences or perpetuated
One of the most effective counter-terrorism training efforts not currently being corrected is the empowerment of Muslim women