Search: Russia,GCC,Qatar,Iran (2 materials)

Qatar Сrisis: What’s Next?

... genealogical and confessional affinity could not prevent the rift between the Arabian monarchies. Aleksandr Aksenenok, Omar Mahmood: RussiaGCC Relations After the Signing of the JCPOA with Iran I still believe that the parties will manage to reach an agreement, since no one wishes to incite a conflict involving the world’s leading oil and gas producing nations. Yet the pressure on Qatar is not lessening, and the concessions demanded from it are found to be extremely demeaning. If it yields, it will be labelled ...


The Syrian Conflict: Russian and GCC Perspectives

...,000 have been forced on the move from Aleppo [18] . The current Russian offensive and the real possibility of the rebels not being ... ... out in the long term puts some real pressure on Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey. These three states mainly have been active from ... ... political and economic capital towards the rebels. Should the GCC states not up the ante in terms of their support for the moderate ... ... significant losses, the potential for domestic blowback in allowing Iran to achieve its aims would be a serious issue. There has been ...


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