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Abdulaziz Sager, chairman and founder of the Gulf Research Center, discusses the challenges to US-Saudi relations; why he does not necessarily expect an Iran nuclear deal to lead to progress in Yemen; why de-listing the IRGC as a terrorist group could embolden Iran in the region; how the Gulf is balancing relations among the US, Russia, and China; why a state solution remains Saudi Arabia’s approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; and more. 


-Iran nuclear deal opens possibilities for Gulf regional security, says Mark Fitzpatrick - Al-Monitor

-Israeli, Arab summit seeks 'new regional architecture' against Iran - Al-Monitor

-Biden Needs to Make Up With Saudi Arabia, or China Will Gain - WSJ

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