A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.
Jared Kushner’s book does not have a title yet but look for something like “How I defeated the pandemic, brought peace to the Middle East and saved the world.”
US Special Envoy for Yemen Tim Lenderking will discuss concerns over Iran and peace efforts for Yemen with the Iran-aligned Houthi movement.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said the kingdom will not engage the Lebanese government at this time and reiterated a call to end Hezbollah's dominance, in a growing rift between the two countries.
Coalition warplanes launched airstrikes on Al Faza area south of Hodeidah as Houthi fighters battled UAE-backed forces until midnight, two military sources and residents said.
Yemen is now in the spotlight. Once again Iran believes to think it is winning. A setback for Saudi Arabia on any of the frontlines in Yemen will not be welcome news in Riyadh.
Saudi Arabia is a major crude producer and the de facto head of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Economic crisis has crippled Lebanon. Will relations to the Gulf states be able to help it to rebuild?
Several officials involved in the Glasgow talks say Saudi Arabia has been obstructing the progress of negotiations toward a strong deal, including by using procedural delay tactics.
An Iranian hacker group called Lyceum has targeted Israel, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Tunisia and others.