CHALLENGES TO MEDIATION IN THE PERSIAN GULF

Saudi Arabia and Iran have been on the opposite sides of the geo-political divide since the Islamic Revolution in Iran, and their rivalry has become more acrimonious with the passage of time because of its sectarian dimension and domestic politics of the two countries. Both are now facing off each other in a number of conflicts across the region — namely in Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine and Bahrain — and there is a growing fear of a direct military conflict between them, which, if it happens, could have serious consequences for regional peace and security.Read More

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