Saudi Arabia: Change Begins within the Family

  title={Saudi Arabia: Change Begins within the Family},
  author={Amir Mohammad Reza Taheri},
  journal={American Foreign Policy Interests},
  pages={138 - 143}
  • A. Taheri
  • Published 1 May 2012
  • History
  • American Foreign Policy Interests
ABSTRACT As the “Arab Spring” changes the political landscape of the Middle East, the oil-rich monarchies, led by Saudi Arabia, are hard at work to stop the revolutionary movement at their borders. The effort to date, however, has been far from successful. Changes at the top tier of leadership structures have already happened in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, albeit for different reasons. In Kuwait, a revolt by parliamentarians last winter led to the resignation of Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser bin… 
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Estructura y distribución del poder en Arabia Saudí. Principales actores, instituciones y procesos de decisión
  • D. Martínez
  • Political Science
    Cuadernos de Gobierno y Administración Pública
  • 2020
Arabia Saudí es uno de los países más relevantes de Oriente Medio y sus acciones tienen un alcance determinante en las dinámicas regionales. Bajo la estructura de una monarquía autoritaria, la Casa