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Fatiha Dazi-Héni

Fatiha Dazi-Héni is a researcher specialized in the Arabian Peninsula and Gulf at the Institut de Recherche Stratégique à l’Ecole Militaire (Paris) and a lecturer at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques Lille. She is the author of L’Arabie saoudite en 100 questions (2017) and a contributor to ARI’s e-book A Way Out of the Inferno? Rebuilding Security in Libya, Syria, Iraq and Yemen (2017).

Writer's Publications

Mohammed Bin Salman: The Remaking of the Foundations of Saudi Monarchy?

The meteoric rise to power of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) has effectively ended the dynastic model of the Saudi monarchy that the kingdom’s founder, Ibn Saud, conceived in 1932. Hoisted to the summit of state power by his father...

OUT OF THE INFERNO? Rebuilding Security in Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen

Without a pre-defined security plan, no political authority is likely to control the countries living in fragmented security and political orders in the MENA region, says the Arab Reform Initiative in a new book, urging for the adoption...

Saudi Arabia: the political implications of a new regional policy and the jihadist challenge

King Salman has, since he ascended the throne nine months ago, adopted a more interventionist regional approach[1] and new political tactics. This is a radical break...