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Alexander Yakovlev

Dr. of History, Chief Researcher at the Center for Arab and Islamic Studies of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the RAS

Vasily Kuznetsov

Ph.D. in History, Deputy Director for Science of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the RAS, Head of the Center for Arab and Islamic Studies of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the RAS, RIAC Member

Elena Dunaeva

Ph.D. in History, Senior Researcher at the Center for Middle East Studies of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the RAS; Associate Professor at the Department of Economics and Economic Geography of Asian and African countries, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Amur Gadzhiev

Ph.D. in History, Researcher at the Center Middle East Studies,Institute of Oriental Studies, RAS

Luiza Khlebnikova

Ph.D. in History, Associate Professor at the Department of Jewish Studies, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University; Researcher at the Department for the Study of Israel and Jewish Communities of the RAS

Andrey Kortunov

Ph.D. in History, Academic Director of the Russian International Affairs Council, RIAC Member

Ivan Bocharov

Program Coordinator at the Russian International Affairs Council

Report No. 91 / 2024

Owing to contradictions between regional actors, socioeconomic problems, and political instability in some countries, the situation in the Middle East remains tense. Given such circumstances, political and economic trends in the Middle East require a degree of theoretical conceptualization. The authors of this report analyze the current political and economic trends in the region’s Arab countries and non-Arab states, including Iran, Turkey, and Israel. Additionally, the authors examine key foreign policy trends in Middle Eastern states.

Report No. 91 / 2024

Owing to contradictions between regional actors, socioeconomic problems, and political instability in some countries, the situation in the Middle East remains tense. Given such circumstances, political and economic trends in the Middle East require a degree of theoretical conceptualization. The authors of this report analyze the current political and economic trends in the region’s Arab countries and non-Arab states, including Iran, Turkey, and Israel. Additionally, the authors examine key foreign policy trends in Middle Eastern states.

Regional Trends in the Middle East: Political and Economic Dynamics, 1.1 Mb

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