Friday 15 November 2019
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The Russian president's last trip in 2007 paved the way for enduring ties and the north-south corridor linking the two
October 15, 2019
The recent attack on a Saudi mosque makes it clear that ISIL’s ultimate target is the Saudi nation, argues Theodore Karasik
August 10, 2015
Housing supply in Saudi Arabia is an increasingly pressing issue for the kingdom, argues Theodore Karasik
July 26, 2015
Saudi Arabia is fighting against ISIL's militants and their message, writes Theodore Karasik
July 21, 2015
The depth and strength of US-Saudi ties was on display in an official visit this week, writes Theodore Karasik.
July 14, 2015
Robust Saudi engagement with Russia and France negates the prospect of Mena security architecture problems later, argues Theodore Karasik
June 29, 2015
Although the idea of nationalism is not new in Saudi Arabia, it has become especially important now, writes Theodore Karasik
June 7, 2015
Theodore Karasik explains how Sudairy Aramco formalises the use of the company as a potential political tool.
May 17, 2015
Theodore Karasik looks at the challenges facing Operation Restoring Hope in Yemen
April 26, 2015
How the Saudi-led coalition conducts itself in Yemen is expected to predict the fate of a unified Arab army, writes Theodore Karasik.
April 5, 2015
The deteriorating situation in Yemen is crystalising thoughts about a joint Arab military force, writes Theodore Karasik.
March 24, 2015
Theodore Karasik writes about the challenges in Saudi Arabia as it transitions to an almost all-Saudi workforce
March 18, 2015
Theodore Karasik underscores how the Saudi health system needs a shot in the arm
March 2, 2015
The Saudi education system needs to be overhauled in order to produce the best and brightest at home, argues Theodore Karasik
February 15, 2015
Saudi's King Salman is a consensus builder whose aim is to restructure and enhance the government’s capacity, writes Theodore Karasik
February 3, 2015
Beyond the Headlines: why are so many cities struggling with smog?
17,800 airmiles in one trip: World's longest non-stop flight lands in Sydney
Money & Me: 'Facebook helped me clear Dh500,000 of debt'
Sheikh Hamdan: 37 travel photos that show how intrepid he is
Iraq’s prime minister: from anti-Saddam activist to crackdown leader