While the international community did its best to portray a rift with the US under former President Donald Trump, the likelihood is that world leaders participated in a debacle that was revealed when the normalization agreements between the UAE and Israel were announced.
The deal was brokered with the assistance of the UAE.
With the vetoing of the participation of the UAE in the EMGF by Palestine, cracks are already emerging between the members of the initiative.
The UAE hired mercenaries to kill Houthis during the War in Yemen.
What we suggest is to bring a political-diplomatic solution with the heavyweights, such as the United States, Britain, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Iran, who would play an effective role in influencing the Houthis, the legitimate government, and the Southern Transitional Council (STC) together.
The exception to this rule includes some of the agreements between Russia and Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the UAE.
While considering the protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, and Libya as a phenomenon inspired by its Islamic Revolution of 1979, Iran regarded the mass protests in Syria and Iraq as a conspiracy initiated by its enemies: the Zionists, the West, and their regional allies like Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
According to Spotify, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Morocco, and Algeria were the top five streamers of K-pop between 2014 and 2020.
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Read: Has the Libyan Civil War Come to an End?The United States maintains important bilateral relations with foreign patrons on both sides of the Libyan divide, namely Turkey, UAE, Egypt, France, and Russia, and is working to apply pressure on these actors to withdraw from Libya’s conflict by pushing all parties to respect the UN arms embargo, which the UN Panel of Experts recently argued was “totally ineffective.
The other parties with which China has cultivated closer economic ties – Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Israel, Egypt, and Turkey – have less of a sanguine perspective.
As the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and some other Arab states have feared Turkish military intervention in northern Syria and its implications for what they perceive to be a “neo-Ottoman” threat, Assad’s government has benefitted from various Arab regimes’ growing unease with Ankara’s foreign policy agenda.
It seems that the hostile approach by the UAE towards Turkey results from Turkey’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood - many of its supporters and leaders are based in Turkey, where they broadcast and issue statements, a move that has always angered Egypt.
Read: Pope’s Visit to the UAE Won't Help Human Rights in the RegionThe supreme pontiff aimed to reaffirm the Christian presence as an important element of both the country’s and the region’s population.
” In an interview with UAE-based Sky News Arabia, Osama Abdel Aziz, an expert on Turkish affairs, said that Erdoğan surprisingly changed his strategy.
hroughout February, the Saudi Arabian-owned and UAE-based Al Arabiya channel aired two interviews with Raghad Saddam Hussein.
Sharing the optimistic view by Gazzini, Burgat focused on the UAE’s role in creating militias to fight “political Islam” as part of its years-long strategy.