What does Biden’s presidency mean for the future of the Gulf?
Will the new president undo Trump’s hawkish stance on Iran, Yemen, Libya and Qatar?
Published in: Migrant FuturesFor Indian migrants in the Gulf it is a financial rather than a health crisis
What awaits the millions of Indian migrants in the Gulf who lack much needed access to healthcare and financial security?
Gaza in transit: what after the GCC crisis?
No conflict in the Middle East spares the Palestinians, and the recent crisis in the GCC is no exception.
The surreal ‘grand coalition’ against Iran
The open manifestation of an ‘American-Sunni’ coalition against Iran with huge anti-Shia intonations does nothing to...
Poisoned apple: the curse of social media in the Gulf
The increased social media use in the Gulf might signify some progress for its citizens, but the extent to which it...
Spilling the beans, Riyadh style
With recent events, the Saudis are involuntarily proving Obama's point: petrodollars and weapons cannot buy them...
Tired of being 'treasured'
Women in the Gulf are still waiting for paternalistic social norms to catch up with the economic and political...