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  • The Middle East Today: Where To?

    The Middle East Today: Where To?

    Keynote speech by HRH Prince Turki Al Faisal at the National Council's 26th Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference. Read More
  • The 1990-1991 Kuwait Crisis Remembered: Profiles in Statesmanship

    The 1990-1991 Kuwait Crisis Remembered: Profiles in Statesmanship

    Dr. John Duke Anthony looks at lessons learned from the 1990-1991 Kuwait Crisis. Read More
  • 26th Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference

    26th Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference

    The National Council’s 2017 Policymakers Conference – “Arab-U.S. Relations: How Best to Navigate an Uncertain Present and Future?” – was held October 18-19 in Washington, D.C. Read More
  • A New Crown Prince in Saudi Arabia

    A New Crown Prince in Saudi Arabia

    Dr. John Duke Anthony reflects on the promotion of HRH Prince Mohammed Bin Salman to Crown Prince. Read More
  • Syria’s Tragedy: A Different Narrative

    Syria’s Tragedy: A Different Narrative

    Dr. John Duke Anthony considers various dynamics and phenomena surrounding the ongoing tragedy in Syria. Read More
  • Saudi Arabia’s Oil-Economy Roller Coaster & Vision 2030

    Saudi Arabia’s Oil-Economy Roller Coaster & Vision 2030

    Dr. Paul Sullivan examines economic challenges facing Saudi Arabia and the Kingdom’s “Vision 2030” reform plans. Read More
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