Emirates 24/7 21 June 2018 Five countries contributed 46.6 percent of Abu Dhabi’s total imports during the first three months of the current year,...

FP 14 June 2018  As the Middle East becomes ever more unstable, a surprising victor may be emerging: China. Under President Xi Jinping, China has accelerated...

The Wall Street Journal 1 June 2018 BERBERA, Somaliland—The battle for hegemony in the Middle East is playing out at an ancient African port where traditional dhow fishing boats now share space with giant container ships loaded around the clock by men in yellow high-visibility vests. Berbera, in the breakaway republic of Somaliland, is perched on a narrow shipping lane...

Mail and Guardian 23 June 2017 When Saudi Arabia and its allies severed diplomatic relations with Qatar earlier this month, the fate of Ras Doumeira is...

Saudi Gazette 27 April 2017 Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, second deputy premier and minister of defense, shakes hands with Ali Hasan Bahdon,...

Saudi Gazette 8 June 2015 RIYADH — Djibouti and Niger have been added among the countries with which Saudi Arabia has signed agreements to hire domestic workers. Agreements to this effect were signed in Geneva on the sidelines of the 104th session of the International Labor Organization (ILO), the Saudi Press Agency reported on Sunday. Minister of Labor Mufrej Al-Haqbani...

Arab News 1 June 2015 STRONG RESOLVE: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif and Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman receive foreign ambassadors who came to...

Reuters 26 March 2015 * Prices rise 6 pct before slipping from highs * Yemen sits on Gulf of Aden, ‘chokepoint’ to oil supplies * Tankers to...

Daiji World 26 March 2015 Washington, Mar 26 (Reuters): Saudi Arabia announced Wednesday night that it had begun military operations in Yemen, launching...