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EPC | 01 Oct 2019
From the initial crisis surrounding political transition, and through the ensuing war, the United Nations (UN) has played a variety of roles in Yemen, under its mandate from the international community.
EPC | 25 Aug 2019
Following the defeat of ISIS in late 2017, Iraq has entered a new era. A number of key internal and external factors will determine Iraq’s future in this new epoch and will have a significant bearing on the security and stability of the entire region.
EPC | 07 Oct 2018
On December 28, 2017, massive popular protests erupted in the Islamic Republic of Iran, starting in Mashhad before engulfing more than eighty cities and towns across the country.
EPC | 16 Sep 2018
The Lebanese Hezbollah experienced developments and transformations in recent years that would have ramifications on its trajectory and consequences on Lebanon and the region as a whole.
The states of the Arab Quartet believed that the boycott resolution of June 2017 would force Qatar to reconsider its destabilizing policies and end its support and funding for terrorism.
EPC | 29 Aug 2018
The political role of traditional parties and groups in Yemen has diminished during the course of the ongoing conflict; some have splintered into separate groups and many have lost much of their structural and organizational capabilities.
EPC | 23 Oct 2017
This paper seeks to explore the most important and prominent issues and challenges facing Yemen, both as a state and a society, in the period immediately following the end of current hostilities, and
This unprecedented crisis in the GCC history erupted on June 5, 2017 when Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt boycotted Qatar politically, diplomatically and economically in
EPC | 28 Sep 2017
Emirates Policy Center (EPC) organized on Sep. 25, 2017 a workshop entitled “Qatar’s Unilateral Policies: Political Risk Assessment of Doha’s Ambitions”.
EPC | 31 May 2016
EPC conducted an opinion poll about values in the UAE during the period of Feb. 29-Mar. 20, 2016.
EPC | 26 May 2016
The current level of confrontation between Russia and the West—unprecedented since the end of the Cold War—has resulted in Russia’s pursuit of strengthened ties with many Middle Eastern countries.
EPC | 01 May 2015
US President Barack Obama informed Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in Mar. 2015 of his administration’s decision to lift ban on providing Egypt with US military assistance and resume arrangements for the sale of F-16 fighter jets.
Shifts in the region point out that the ongoing tension between Egypt and Turkey does not serve the interests of both countries. In addition, this tension does not serve the interests of Arab Gulf States
EPC | 01 Apr 2015
Developments that followed the election of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi point out that reconciliation with the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) has become a choice imposed by reality.
Deposing MB from office in Egypt after July 3, 2013 has been reflected on the regime’s structure such as causing internal confusion.
EPC | 01 Mar 2015
The transport sector is one of the pivotal elements of development in Egypt. The advancement of a state is measured by the extent of attention it pays to means of transport.