Author: Dr. Samuel Ramani

Dr. Samuel Ramani

Samuel Ramani is a Non-Resident Fellow at Gulf International Forum. He received his DPhil from the University of Oxford’s Department of Politics and International Relations in March 2021. His primary areas of specialization are post-1991 Russian foreign policy and the dynamics of protracted conflicts in the Middle East. He is a regular contributor to the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Al-Monitor, the Washington Post, Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington, and the Middle East Institute, where he frequently writes about Yemen and the Gulf. He is also a commentator for major broadcast media outlets, such as CNN, France 24, the BBC World Service, and Al Jazeera English. Samuel has briefed the U.S. Department of State, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, France’s Ministry of Defence, and the NATO Intelligence Fusion Centre on security issues pertaining to Russia, North Korea, the Middle East, and Afghanistan.

UAE

The UAE in Libya: A Power Broker or Spoiler?

Geopolitics

Since early April, the United Arab Emirates has strengthened its relationship with Libya’s Government of...

GCC

Lavrov’s GCC Tour: A Sign of Russia’s Increasing Gulf Ties

Geopolitics

From March 8 to 12, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov travelled to the United Arab...

UAE

The UAE Struggle for Turkish Containment: Is it Time for a New Approach?

Geopolitics

Since the United Arab Emirates normalized diplomatic relations with Israel on August 13, tensions between...

GCC

Clashes in Southern Yemen: A Renewed Saudi Arabia-UAE Rivalry?

Defense & Security

As we enter the sixth year of the Yemeni civil war, a series of events...

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