This two-part series looks at the political and economic challenges forcing Turkey’s nationalist government to oscillate between diplomacy and aggression.
In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast, Emily Donahue speaks to Ryan Bohl, Stratfor Middle East and North Africa analyst at RANE, about the battle for Marib in Yemen.
U.S.-Saudi efforts to end Yemen’s war may soon face a major blow, as Houthis rebels inch closer to seizing the resource-rich city of Marib.
In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast from Stratfor, a RANE company, we discuss the Palestinian general elections set to take place over the course of summer 2021.
As it emerges from isolation, Doha will be forced to rely less on its ties to the Islamist group and more on diplomatic efforts to gain influence abroad.
Without Trump’s avid support, Israel’s normalization push in the Muslim world will likely shift away from full-scale diplomatic recognition to more specific, covert ties.
In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast, Emily Donahue speaks to Emily Hawthorne, a Middle East and North Africa analyst for Stratfor and RANE, about warming relations between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Lebanon’s political system will likely remain dysfunctional until mass unrest -- and potentially, another civil war -- directly threatens its ruling elite.
By Ryan Bohl
Should the vote yield a more right-wing government with a new leader, Arab and Muslim states may pause or even reverse their pursuit of normalized Israeli ties.