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Undestanding the Gulf States: The European Perspective

... most tolerant and open country in the region. Kuwait is another example of quite close partnership with the EU and the new delegation to Kuwait is an indication of their relationship. The UAE too is allied to nearly all EU states. Saudi Arabia accused Qatar of supporting terrorism. In your opinion, are these claims grounded? How do you assess the efforts taken by the Qatari government to counter terrorism financing? Andrey Kortunov: The Strait of Hormuz and the Gulf of Aden Qatar is a major financial ...

10.09.2019

March to Tripoli, or a Third Civil War in Libya: Initial Results

... of National Accord now has drones as well, which were also probably delivered via Turkey. Libya has thus turned into a battlefield and Faultline between two antagonistic camps of the Islamic world. Heading up the first of these camps are Turkey and Qatar, which continue to rely on forces that adhere to the ideology of political Islam, are close to the Muslim Brotherhood and support the Government of National Accord. The second camp, led by Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia (the “troika”),...

13.06.2019

Meeting with Georgetown University in Qatar Delegation

On April 30, 2019, a group of representatives from Georgetown University in Qatar, headed by Professor Mehran Kamrava, Director of the Center for International and Regional Studies, visited Russian International Affairs Council. On April 30, 2019, a group of representatives from Georgetown University in Qatar, headed by Professor ...

03.05.2019

The Odds of Syria’s Return to the Arab League: Opportunities and Threats

... countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait and Tunisia are restoring diplomatic relations with Syria and reopening their embassies in Damascus, others believe that Syria has not done enough to be readmitted to the Arab League just yet. Qatar, which played a big part in pushing Syria into the abyss of war and getting League members approve sanctions against Syria, has taken an especially tough stance in this regard. For instance, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar Mohammed bin Abdulrahman ...

09.04.2019

Middle East – 2030

... South has a strong US-supported axis of Israel and Saudi Arabia at its core, with Egypt being largely dependent upon these two. Saudi Arabia also projects power towards Kuwait and the other states of the Arab Peninsula. Contested grounds are Lebanon, Qatar, Yemen, Gaza, and the West Bank, as well as pockets of Sunni insurgents in Syria and Iraq. Some areas will change in less obvious ways, more gradually. Turkey is rather successfully defining a self-conscious new and very independent geopolitical ...

09.01.2019

Russia's Evolving Global Role Discussed at 18th Doha Forum

... Evolving Global Role». The speakers included Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General; Vitaly Naumkin, RIAC Member, Academic Director of RAS Institute for Oriental Studies; Fahad Al-Attiyah, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Qatar to the Russian Federation; and Paul Saunders, Executive Director of the U.S. Center for the National Interest. Timofey Bordachev, Program Director of the Valdai Discussion Club, Director of the Centre for Comprehensive European and International ...

21.12.2018

South Asian Gas Market: It’s Time to Mount an Offensive

... Australian suppliers also have a minor presence in the region. Until recently, the regional gas market was considered to be fairly stable and predictable; in some segments, such as LNG supplies to India, the marketplace was effectively monopolized by Qatar. Qatar RIAC and Gateway House Report “Russia – India Energy Cooperation: Trade, Joint Projects, and New Areas” Qatar is the unconditional leader in gas supplies to South Asia. In 2004, it concluded an extremely lucrative contract to supply ...

17.07.2018

RIAC Members and Experts Meet with Qatar Delegation

... the Gulf; the ambitions of Saudi Arabia, Iran, and Turkey for leadership positions in the region; the need for the development of regional mechanisms for conflict resolution. On March 27, 2018, RIAC hosted a meeting for RIAC representatives with Qatar delegation accompanying Emir of the State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, who came to Russia with the working visit. RIAC management, researchers from RAS Institute of Oriental Studies, and Lomonosov Moscow State University representative ...

28.03.2018

What Should the Gulf Crises Teach Us?

... region which remains a critically important part of the global economy, finance and transportation. The foreign military involvement in the civil war in Yemen and the approaching humanitarian disaster in this country, the recent unprecedented pressure on Qatar by a number of neighboring Arab states are just the most graphic illustrations of this dangerous development. The Gulf Cooperation Council is in the state of paralysis and its future remains unclear. Many Gulf countries are getting increasingly ...

09.10.2017

RIAC Hosts a Meeting for Experts from Russia, Qatar, and Turkey to Discuss Qatar Crisis

On August 1, 2017, RIAC hosted a meeting between Russian experts and the representatives of Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies (TASAM) and Qatar Centre for Strategic Research. On August 1, 2017, RIAC hosted a meeting between Russian experts and the representatives of Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies (TASAM) and Qatar Centre for Strategic Research. Andrey Kortunov , RIAC Director ...

02.08.2017
 

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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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