- Daily Brief
- September 23, 2019
Israel doesn’t want jihadists to prevail in Syria, but it does want them to keep fighting.
A comprehensive assessment of the potential outcomes of the challenge to Erdogan’s leadership.
A Turkish apology has restored relations with Russia. What’s next for these crucial regional players?
A recent bombing of a bank in Beirut is a symptom of underlying tensions within Lebanese society.
Tensions in the island monarchy are running high after the revocation of a Shi’a cleric’s citizenship.
Regional power struggles and internal divisions complicate prospects for a sovereign Kurdistan.
The nomination of Erdogan-ally Yildirim as PM is symptomatic of a broader autocratic trend.
Despite renewed international support, it’s a tough road ahead for Libya’s unity government.
The planned IPO of Saudi Aramco has far-reaching implications for the Kingdom and global oil markets.
Jordan’s humanitarian response to the regions refugee crisis is causing serious security concerns.
As elections loom, powerful conservative elements move to slow the pace of change.
As divisions emerge over improving relations with the West, Tehran will become increasingly polarised.