AngloArabia: Why Gulf Wealth Matters to Britain

By David Wearing

The world’s worst humanitarian catastrophe is currently unfolding in Yemen, and it’s far from a natural disaster. Around three-quarters of the Yemeni population is now dependent on humanitarian aid, while 7 million teeter on the brink of outright starvation. This comes largely as the result of a … Read More

Contemporary Politics in the Middle East, 4th Edition

By Beverley Milton-Edwards

Since 2011 the contemporary Middle East has entered an era of uncertainty characterised by protest politics, new conflicts in countries like Syria, rising ethnic tensions, insurgency, and terrorism. State responses to these political changes have often been reactionary as elites attempt to shore up authoritarian rule and … Read More