Khashoggi crisis creates new challenges for Turkey

The incident threatens to spark a major crisis between the two countries, and potentially between Turkey and Saudi Arabia’s Gulf allies, putting much-needed Gulf investment at risk.

Khashoggi disappearance sends shock waves

In this week's briefing, MEI experts discuss the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi from the Saudi consulate in Turkey, the arrests of an opposition leader and a prominent journalist in Pakistan, and Iran’s decision to join the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

Has dealing with Mohammed bin Salman become too toxic?

In this week's Monday Briefing, MEI experts discuss recent and upcoming events including Washington's response to the Saudi problem, the fading threat of a military campaign in Idlib, a potential U.S.-Turkey rapprochement, and a new round of talks between Washington and the Taliban.

From "fascists" to friends: Erdogan embraces the EU

The one good thing that has come out of the ongoing tension in Turkey-U.S. relations has been the rapprochement between Turkey and its key European allies. With no immediate prospect of normalization with Washington, Erdogan now feels he must mend ties with the European countries that he called “Nazi remnants” not long ago to help his country’s ailing economy.

72nd Annual Awards Gala

Tickets are now available for MEI's signature annual event! Join us November 7 as we honor this year's award recipients for outstanding humanitarian and cultural contributions to the region.

Tunisian jihadism five years after Ansar al-Sharia

Tunisia should be commended for putting the jihadi pandora back in its box. The country should now harness its robust civil society to better reintegrate into society individuals that are not the most hardened or experienced jihadis.

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