Bustan, Vol.11, No.1 (Summer 2020).
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Uzi Rabi describes effective mobilization in the GCC states, but at the same time identifies public expressions of xenophobia between Gulf citizens and their large migrant labor populations. This article is part of "The Coronavirus in the Middle East: State and Society in a Time of Crisis".
Adam Hoffman and Moran Zaga co-published an article in LSE Middle East Centre Blog, examining the changing attitude in the Gulf States towards Judaism.
Paul Rivlin examines the economic effects of the recent drone strikes carried out in Saudi Arabia by Iranian proxies.
“Bots,” arrests and the connection between them: the Modus Operandi of Mohammed bin Salman’s regime in Saudi power struggles
Nachum Shiloh analyzes the modus operandi on social media of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, his allies and opponents.
Brandon Friedman examines the murder of Jamal Khashoggi on 2 October 2018, and argues that it was a transformative event for Saudi Arabia.
Brandon Friedman analyzes the Khashoggi affair for FPRI, examining the event against the larger backdrop of Saudi foreign and domestic policy in recent years.
Joseph Dubroff analyzes Saudi Arabia's economic performance over King Salman's reign, with an aim to answer how controversial foreign policy choices have affected Saudi economic performance.