Dr. John Calabrese

5 POSTS
Dr. John Calabrese teaches international relations at American University in Washington, DC. He is the book review editor of The Middle East Journal and a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Middle East Institute (MEI). He previously served as director of MEI's Middle East-Asia Project (MAP). Follow him on X: @Dr_J_Calabrese and at LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-calabrese-755274a/.

Exclusive articles:

China and the Gulf Arab States: Petrochemicals Partners

The International Energy Agency (IEA) projects that peak oil demand will occur within this decade as the global shift towards renewable energy accelerates. Sweeping...

India and the UAE: “Partners in Progress”

Over the past decade, India’s ties with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have strengthened significantly across multiple domains. India’s “Think West” policy has strategically...

Xi Jinping’s Visit to Europe: More Dialogue than Deliverables

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent five-day visit to France, Serbia, and Hungary occurred amidst heightened tensions with many European countries, driven by disputes over...

Iran: Running Out of Time to Avoid Running Out of Water?

Water scarcity, exacerbated by climate change, is posing a serious threat to global “hotspots” with Iran among the most vulnerable. Iran is swiftly approaching...

Iraq’s “Development Road”: Rough Terrain Ahead

Meeting in Baghdad on April 22, Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia‘ al-Sudani and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the latter making his first visit...

Latest

BRICS ‘Suspends’ its Strategic Expansion: Implications and Challenges

Russia has suspended BRICS expansion. It happened on the...

International Law and the challenges in implementing UNCLOS: South China Sea Arbitration

The intensification of the South China Sea (‘SCS’) conflict...

Silicon Preponderance: Policy, Politics, and the Future of Global Semiconductor Markets

The global semiconductor market has transformed into a battlefield,...

The World Bank’s $1.5 Billion Loan to India: A Revolutionary Move in Green Energy

Energy is at the core of development. Energy makes...
spot_imgspot_img