Qatar

Three Indicators

Forecast for a gradual recovery in oil prices

Oil prices are expected to rebound in the future, however, it is difficult to imagine prices returning to mid-2014 levels.

Dr. Ahmed Al-Safti

Doha's Losses

Economic Repercussions of Gulf-Qatar Rift

The rift’s repercussions on Qatar’s economy began to unfold, considering KSA's, UAE’s and Bahrain’s significance to its economy.

Ali salah

Indicators of the Crisis

Will Qatar’s Financial Position be affected by the Gulf Countries’ Boycott?

The past days have seen many developments indicating that Qatar’s financial position started to feel the pinch of the current crisis.

Ali salah

Various Motives

The Reasons of Turkey’s Bias to Qatar during the Gulf Crisis

As Turkish efforts of mediation stumbled, Ankara sided with Doha and provided it with political, economic and military support.

Abdel Latif Hegazy

The Strategic Gap

How does Iran Benefit from the Gulf Crisis?

With the eruption of any regional crisis a state of anticipation reigns over how the Iranian regime will exploit it in its favor.

Mohammed Khalfan Sawafi

Serious Repercussions

How do Qatari investments in Boycotting Countries Get Affected?

Since the past decade, Qatar has invested its massive wealth in the acquisition of many financial and non-financial assets.

Ibrahim al-Ghitani

Boycott, not a Blockade

The Gulf Crisis from the Perspective of International Law

The Gulf crisis, stirred a debate about the nature of legal adaptation of the adopted measures according to international law.

Dr. Hala Ahmed Al Rashidi

Qatar’s Choices

How does Qatar manage its Crisis with the Quartet Countries?

Over the past years, Doha acted like it has a big margin of maneuver and that it can continue to exploit conflicts in the region.

Dr. Ammar Ali Hassan

Inventing Crises

Qatar’s Motives to “Politicize Hajj” Using the Iranian Approach

Qatar's call revealed the similarities between Iranian and Qatari policies in terms pf politicizing religious rituals.

Dr. Radwa Ammar

Do undeveloped Interests Drive Widening Disagreements among Allies in the Middle East?

In the Middle East, increasing divergence and regression now dominate relations between allies.

Future for Advanced Research and Studies

How is Natural Gas Driving Politics in the Middle East?

Some views maintain that gas will replace oil in future conflicts and similarly influence global economy and international security.

Future for Advanced Research and Studies

Gulf Summit

Are there Prospects for Breakthrough in the Qatar Crisis?

The Annual Arab Gulf heads of states’ summit is going to be held on December 5 & 6, in Kuwait. The first of its kind since the crisis.

Dr. Shady Abdelwahab and Yara Mansour

Security Actor:

Reasons for the Growing Role of Tribes in the Region

The roles played by tribes in several Arab states are growing and shifting from social tasks to security ones.

Future for Advanced Research and Studies

The Ideological Triangle:

How does Turkey manage its relations with Sudan and Qatar?

Seemingly, Sudan may turn into a convergence point for a new alliance or regional axis comprising Turkey and Qatar.

Future for Advanced Research and Studies

Fabricated Crises

Why are Qatari provocations increasing against the UAE?

The past few weeks has seen increasing signs of Qatari provocation against the United Arab Emirates.

Dr. Mohamed Ezz Al-Arab