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Giorgio Cafiero is the CEO of Gulf State Analytics. Follow him on Twitter: @GiorgioCafiero

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Will Aramco attacks draw Saudi Arabia closer to Russia?

17 September, 2019

Comment: Russia is in a strong position to gain from the Aramco attacks, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Saudi Arabia, UAE have lost the plot in Yemen

02 September, 2019

Comment: A crumbling Saudi alliance in Yemen could see Russia enter the fray, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Sudan's tragic role in Yemen's civil war

02 July, 2019

Comment: Economic hardship at home has led Sudanese paramilitary forces to fight in the Yemeni civil war as mercenaries for the Saudi-led coalition, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Where is 'maximum pressure' on Iran heading?

27 June, 2019

Comment: The Trump administration is simply running out of non-military options for intensifying 'maximum pressure' on Iran, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Why Libya is becoming a flashpoint in French-Italian ties

12 June, 2019

Comment: France and Italy's competition for influence and clashing agendas in Libya are further destabilising the bifurcated North African country, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Is Sudan joining the anti-Qatar bloc?

05 June, 2019

Comment: The counter-revolutionary states of the Sunni Arab world are showing their influence in Sudan, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Sabre-rattling and sabotage off the coast of UAE

15 May, 2019

Comment: Rising tensions amid a week of manoeuvring in the Gulf mean the potential for a serious misunderstanding is greater than ever, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Resolving Libya's civil war

13 March, 2019

Comment: A resolution to Libya's complex civil war rides largely on the actions of its foreign players, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Saudi Arabia's pivot to the East

19 February, 2019

Comment: After falling from favour in the West, MbS turns his attention to investment in Pakistan, challenging China's economic stronghold in the region, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Will a revolution oust Sudan's defiant president?

28 January, 2019

Comment: This new wave of demonstrations poses the most serious threat to Bashir's regime since its rise to power, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Qatar frees itself of OPEC

04 December, 2018

Comment: By leaving OPEC, Qatar's leadership is sending a message that Doha is determined to fully escape Saudi Arabia's orbit of influence, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Instability in Iran and Iraq threatens Kuwait's deep interests

26 July, 2018

Comment: If Kuwait is to preserve its long-term interests in the region, it must continue to capitalise on its ability to serve as a relatively neutral state, writes Giorgio Cafiero.

Giorgio Cafiero
Giorgio Cafiero

Giorgio Cafiero is the CEO of Gulf State Analytics. Follow him on Twitter: @GiorgioCafiero

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