Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s
Strategic Thought: A Case Study
A study conducted by: Dr. Yasser AbdelKarim Khamis
The study delves into the creative and innovative qualities of the leadership characteristic of His Highness, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, which emerged through qualitative and creative strategic thought and insightful vision in choosing his development projects, which left a clear imprint on the modern face of the Kingdom, which made it the focus of the world’s attention during a record period. .
The study also discusses, in brief, the development boom the Kingdom has witnessed since the launch of its Vision 2030 at all political, military, economic, social, cultural, technical and tourism levels Read More
THE HISTORY AND LEGACY
OF THE SAUDI FOREIGN POLICY
A study conducted by Dr. Ibrahim Fouad Abbas
The Saudi position towards the Palestinian case is unique in terms of stability and continuity for more than a hundred years, and the provision of all forms of support to the cause and the Palestinian people without interruption during this long period of time – even before the discovery of oil – is a remarkable phenomenon in contemporary Arab history that history will record in golden letters.
This study sheds light on the roots and foundations of the theory of creative chaos, and the reflection of its ideas on states, all the way to its application starting from the era of Bush the Younger.
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A study conducted by: Noura Al-Ahwali
The study dives into the turbulent Tunisian reality more than ten years after the revolution, which sparked on December 17, 2010, shedding light on the Tunisians’ demands for social justice, economic security, and political stability, which have been stagnating, amid the continuation of successive political crises, and the struggle of intellectual currents. With contradictory tendencies, some of them try to control the country’s administration, and control the joints of the state.
The study also deals with the reality of the situation in Tunisia as a result of the state of conflict, conflict and polarization, which left the country with economic stagnation, a trade deficit, and a rise in unemployment and inflation rates, and its translation by accurate negative statistics on this situation
The Russian-Ukrainian war and its repercussions on the world order
A study conducted by: Dr. Anas Khaled Al-Nassar
The study monitors, in quick hints, the nature of the Russian-Western conflict and its consequences through the war between Russia and Ukraine, with historical views of the collapse of the old world order following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, and the formation of a new unipolar system led by the United States.
Then the study sheds light on the fruits of the ongoing conflict and what the world today is facing in terms of speculation about building a new world order or what is meant by it (the new post), supported by other events and facilitating factors, in which Russia regains its polarity and its lost glory among yesterday’s friends and today’s enemies.
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