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Climate change poses as great a threat to the Middle East and North Africa as anywhere on the globe. So why aren’t more governments in the region doing much about it?

Abdalftah Hamed Ali

With great power competition on the rise and U.S. dominance in the Middle East in decline, regional states are diversifying their strategic partnerships. In addition to deepening ties with China and Russia, several MENA states have signaled their interest in joining groupings that are challenging the Western-dominated economic and political order.

Adel Abdel Ghafar, Yahia H. Zoubir

With considerable strategic and commercial interests in the country, the two Gulf states fear further destabilization in Sudan. But what role has their involvement had in the current conflict and how can they help Sudan get out of it?

Jihad Mashamoun

The recent outbreak of violence in Sudan has already taken a heavy toll on the country and threatened stability abroad. Middle East Council scholars offer their insights on what’s driving the conflict, the imperative to bring it to a swift end, and its implications for Sudan and beyond.

Nader S. Kabbani, Paul Dyer, Larbi Sadiki, Adel Abdel Ghafar, Sahar Khamis, Ranj Alaaldin, Dania Thafer, Faozi Al-Goidi