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Israel 'rewards' allies with surplus Covid-19 vaccines

23 February, 2021

Honduras, the Czech Republic, and Guatemala have all opened or promised to open diplomatic offices in Jerusalem.

Israel planning to 'use Covid-19 vaccines to buy normalisation'

22 February, 2021

The Israeli government could use the Covid-19 vaccine to establish relations with an undisclosed nation, an official said.

US urges Iran restraint amid efforts to restart talks

22 February, 2021

Iran must refrain from any provocation as Washington steps up efforts to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran.

Jewish communities in Arab Gulf nations form first association

16 February, 2021

The Association of Gulf Jewish Communities will include a Jewish court and a regional Kosher certification agency.

Iran’s Guard begins ground forces drill near Iraqi border

11 February, 2021

The report said the annual exercise, dubbed the “great prophet,” is ongoing in the southwest of the country and has aimed at readiness and assessment of forces.

Involving regional states in Iran talks will spell failure

10 February, 2021

Comment: It would be a mistake to allow long-standing and difficult issues of regional rivalries to interfere in future negotiations with Iran, writes Shireen T. Hunter.

Evolving notions of citizenship in UAE and the Gulf

10 February, 2021

Comment: UAE's plan to expand citizenship reflects a nation keen to shore up its assets while protecting access to this traditionally exclusive status, writes Courtney Freer.

Gulf Arab states launch new restrictions over virus fears

04 February, 2021

Travel has been prohibited and venues have been closed as Gulf nations attempt to contain the spreading virus.

Middle Eastern cities named among safest in the world

29 January, 2021

Arab Gulf states perform particularly well in the worldwide safety ranking.

The geopolitics of vaccine diplomacy in the Middle East

28 January, 2021

Analysis: The rollout of Covid-19 vaccines in the Middle East is being driven by diplomatic considerations, with China, Russia and the United States all competing for influence.

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