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Aggressive moves by Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar to boost their economies could be a zero-sum game
Populist cleric viewed in west as potential buffer against Iran determined to cement power
Independence veteran who helped end political violence but was ousted by public weary of corruption and sinking economy
£10bn commitment will make other investors ‘sit up and take notice’, says UK minister
Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Yair Lapid: Israel and the UAE have shown a breakthrough is possible — but there is more to do
Symbolic move aimed at buying time for UN’s nuclear watchdog to find lasting compromise
Formation of new administration raises possibility of fresh talks with IMF over bailout
Support for influential Iran-backed paramilitary group and party tested by country’s economic woes
The limits to American geopolitical reach now on show in Afghanistan could yet lead to new ways of wielding power
Sceptics question whether kingdom’s pledge to lead ‘next green era’ will be matched with tangible action
Longtime rivals attend conference aimed at reducing Middle East tensions
Iran’s talks with Saudi Arabia help engender a mood of de-escalation in region
And yet, it was still always about the money.
New foreign minister likely to wield more influence in Tehran than his predecessor
Hossein Amirabdollahian has close ties to Revolutionary Guards and is expected to lead nuclear talks
More concerns that Ben Elliot is blurring line between commercial and political activities
The Biden administration’s engagement has given hope that free elections can be held later this year
Struggles for political freedom in the Arab world bode ill for the global fight against autocracy
Tensions escalate as Iran-backed group targets north of country
Lebanese president Michel Aoun says attacks show escalation of ‘aggressive intent’
Ebrahim Raisi is formally endorsed by country’s supreme leader at ceremony in Tehran
A decade on from a democratic revolution, many see the return of one-man rule as an antidote to corruption
Tensions rise as western allies condemn threat to ‘freedom of navigation through crucial waterway’
President-elect sworn in this week as water shortages add to hardship of inflation and sanctions
The former professor has sacked the government and seized powers in what he claims is a battle against corruption