Archives de catégorie : Golfe

Gulf states put new conditions on arms supplies to Syrian rebels (The National, 07/04/2013)

Antakya, Turkey // Syrian rebels say they have been told access to weapons from Arabian Gulf states will be conditional on their pledging allegiance to the Free Syrian Army and its civilian overseers in the Syrian National Coalition. The conditions … Lire la suite

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Analysis of Mr. Secretary’s 1st Foreign Tour (Iran Review, 10/03/2013)

Seyed Mohammad Kazem Sajjadpour John Kerry, the second secretary of state appointed by the US President Barack Obama, who is 69 years old and the 68th US secretary of state, embarked on an 11-day tour of Europe and the Middle … Lire la suite

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White House Announces New Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa, and the Gulf Region (White House, 07/03/2013)

White House Announces New Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa, and the Gulf Region Today, National Security Advisor Tom Donilon announced that Philip Gordon will be joining the National Security Staff as Special Assistant to the President and White … Lire la suite

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Fatigue in GCC-US ties? (Khaleej Times, 03/03/2013)

A combination of economic, political and security factors have diminished American influence in the Gulf region during the last decade. As a result, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are not on the same page with their traditional security guarantor, … Lire la suite

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Berri slams caricature insulting Saudi king (The Daily Star, 20/02/2013)

Speaker Nabih Berri condemned caricatures insulting Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz that were distributed on flyers in several Beirut neighborhoods and hanged in a banner on a pedestrian bridge in Jal alDib Tuesday. A parliamentary source told The Daily … Lire la suite

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Gulf states hand Morocco first chunk of $2.5 bln aid package (Reuters, 01/02/2013)

Morocco has received the first slice of a $2.5 billion aid package promised by wealthy Gulf Arab states, a Moroccan official said on Friday, part of pledge designed to cement ties between Arab monarchies in the wake of regional uprisings. … Lire la suite

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(Al-Quds, 17/01/2013) محللون: حراك ‘الاخوان’ ابرز تحديات دول الخليج… وحذر بالسعودية ومبالغة بالامارات من نفوذهم … ودعم قطر للجماعة يضعها في مواجهة مع باقي دول المنطقة

يقول محللون ان بعض دول الخليج الغنية بالنفط تخشى الحراك السياسي للاخوان المسلمين المدفوعين بنجاحهم في قطف ثمار الاحتجاجات الشعبية في مصر وتونس باستثناء قطر التي تسخر لهم امكانيات ضخمة مادية ولوجستية بحسب رأيهم. ويقول الخبير في شؤون المنطقة فادي … Lire la suite

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Gulf cohesion threatened by the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood (MESP, 18/01/2013)

In an interview with Agence France Presse, Dr. Fadi Assaf, from Middle East Strategic Perspectives, hinted at a possible divergence between Qatar and other GCC countries, due to disagreements over how to deal with, or contain, the Muslim Brotherhood’s overt … Lire la suite

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Mulling a new architecture for Gulf security (Gulf News, 11/01/2013)

The cold war between Iran and the GCC states seems to have put off any genuine rapprochement at this time between the two sides of the Gulf The issue of a lasting and stable security arrangement for the vital and … Lire la suite

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Institutionalising the Arab Gulf Governments (Sultan Al Qassemi, 01/01/2013)

For the Arab States of the Gulf there are two kinds of reforms, those that are acceptable and those that are off limits. Off limit calls for reform include calling for a constitutional monarchy. Acceptable calls for reform on the … Lire la suite

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