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SAUDI ARABIA, BAHRAIN AND THE "ARAB SPRING"
Volume 4, Number 43
While the Arab awakening or Arab Spring, as it’s been dubbed, has focused world attention on Egypt, Libya and Syria, a potentially explosive drama is unfolding elsewhere in the region, in Bahrain. The jury is still out as to how the conflicts in Libya and Syria will resolve themselves, or if this awakening will, indeed, be instrumental in heralding democratic reforms View More
Saudi King Abdullah and Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
Bill Spindle and Margaret Coker, Wall St. Journal April 16, 2011 There has long been bad blood between Iran and Saudi Arabia, but popular protests across the Middle East now threaten to turn the rivalry into a tense and dangerous regional divide.
Neriah, Dr. Jacque, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs Feb. 20, 2011 The Islamic Republic of Iran has reiterated in the past that its military strategy is based on âasymmetric warfareâ â Tehran will not confront the U.S. and its allies directly, given the supe...
Hamid, Shadi, The National April 15, 2011 The stability pact among Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE has caused robust moves in foreign policy, but what will the consequences be as the Arab Spring continues?
Smith, Lee, The Weekly Standard March 24, 2011 Read conservative news, blogs and opinion about Bahrain, Middle East and Saudi Arabia from The Weekly Standard, the must read magazine available in online edition.
Machla Abramovitz, Managing Editor (Canadian Institute for Jewish Research)
Prof. Frederick Krantz, Director (Canadian Institute for Jewish Research)
Rob Coles (Canadian Institute for Jewish Research)