العلاقات السعودية والإيرانية في إطار جهود التهدئة وخفض حدة التصعيد في الخليج Read More
Saudi Arabia, Iran and De-Escalaton in the Persian Gulf Read More
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Urban Spaces and Sectarian Contestation Read More
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Saudi and Iran: how our two countries could make peace and bring stability to the Middle Eas Relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran have rarely been worse, regarding the attacks on the oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman – for which both sides blame each other. Nevertheless, in the history... Read More
SWAR project featuring SEPAD fellows publishes special issue on Sectarianism and Regime Formation Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, vol. 19, 1 (2019) - Special Issue on ‘Sectarianism and Regime Formation in a New Middle East’ Guest edited by Raymond Hinnebusch and Morten Valbjørn This special issue of Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism... Read More
Iranian revolution: world’s reactions show that, four decades on, tensions remain as high as ever The 40th anniversary of Iran’s Islamic revolution in February 1979 was greeted by an extraordinary tweet from US president Donald Trump. In both English and Arabic, it referred to “40 years of failure” and said the Iranian people deserved a “much... Read More
The Securitisation of the ‘Masculinist’ other in the Syrian conflict Amidst the violence that has spread across Syria since 2011, most scholarship concerned with the Syrianconflict has focused on questions related to how the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran has shaped the Syrian crisis.1 The escalated rivalry between... Read More