" Washington Institute" urged U.S administration to compromise the crisis with Saudi Arabia, especially as the U.S. ambassador to Riyadh, James Smith, left back to Washington, "in light of this critical juncture" in relations between the two countries, without nominating another ambassador.
The Institute cleared that the nature of "recent events are crucial, and Washington should send a high level delegation to consult Riyadh official" in order to "soften the atmosphere or dispel recent threatens .. starting in the United Nations .. because there is ample time for Suadi Arabia to reconsider its position about the membership of Security Council " .
"Center of Strategic and International Studies", has taken the role of mediator between Saudi Arabia and the United States, advising the latter, that "the threat of Saudi Arabia is a reminder to the American negotiator that there are other countries who worries about Iran's capabilities and intentions".
The center urged U.S administration on the need to "treat our security partner in the Gulf and the rest of the Middle East as real partners and reassure them that their interests will be took into account and not to limit our negotiations in the nuclear issue, we should make greater efforts to listen to them, consulted them and keep them informed about the situation" .
In turn, "Carnegie" Institute regards that the root of the recent crisis is the title signifies "the contrast between the positions of the Gulf states in managing their interior issues as a result of the strife and hardship happening in the region .. especially since the Gulf rulers usually tend to confuse ideological threats of foreign affairs and the inside political opposition. which are seen as a destabilizing factor Gulf chiefdom " .