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Ufuk Ulutas 9, Jun 5 mins
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The Ankara Insider
Every single regional state, including the Saudi Arabia, will lose if the current superficial and avoidable crisis continues and deepens.

Several Arab states led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have hit Qatar with a set of sanctions. They cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, suspended Doha-bound flights and closed the land border with the small peninsula-state. The sanctions were introduced at a time when a regional consensus on constraining Iranian influence from Yemen to Syria is sought for and the region is in full flames. A new intra-Gulf crisis with implications well beyond the Gulf would in no way work for the good of the region. Then who is the Qatar crisis, aimed at isolating Qatar and forcing the emirate to make concessions on a number of foreign policy issues, good for?

Israel was one of the first countries that opposed Mubarak’s removal, preferred Assad over the opposition in Syria and has been uneasy about what the so-called Arab Spring had to offer to the region.

An ardent opponent of popular movements during the Arab Spring and the archenemy of Hamas, Israel, tops the list. Israel was one of the first countries that opposed Mubarak’s removal, preferred Assad over the opposition in Syria and has been uneasy about what the so-called Arab Spring had to offer to the region. The current crisis has a lot to do with Qatar’s role in the Arab Spring, most notably its pro-Mursi stance, as well as its welcoming of Hamas leaders in Doha. Any step that helps Al-Sisi to consolidate its grip in Egypt, weaken Hamas’ regional standing and roll back the status quo ante would be…

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Ufuk Ulutas 9, Jun 5 mins
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The Ankara Insider
Every single regional state, including the Saudi Arabia, will lose if the current superficial and avoidable crisis continues and deepens.

Several Arab states led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have hit Qatar with a set of sanctions. They cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, suspended Doha-bound flights and closed the land border with the small peninsula-state. The sanctions were introduced at a time when a regional consensus on constraining Iranian influence from Yemen to Syria is sought for and the region is in full flames. A new intra-Gulf crisis with implications well beyond the Gulf would in no way work for the good of the region. Then who is the Qatar crisis, aimed at isolating Qatar and forcing the emirate to make concessions on a number of foreign policy issues, good for?

Israel was one of the first countries that opposed Mubarak’s removal, preferred Assad over the opposition in Syria and has been uneasy about what the so-called Arab Spring had to offer to the region.

An ardent opponent of popular movements during the Arab Spring and the archenemy of Hamas, Israel, tops the list. Israel was one of the first countries that opposed Mubarak’s removal, preferred Assad over the opposition in Syria and has been uneasy about what the so-called Arab Spring had to offer to the region. The current crisis has a lot to do with Qatar’s role in the Arab Spring, most notably its pro-Mursi stance, as well as its welcoming of Hamas leaders in Doha. Any step that helps Al-Sisi to consolidate its grip in Egypt, weaken Hamas’ regional standing and roll back the status quo ante would be…

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Several Arab states led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have hit Qatar with a set of sanctions. They cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, suspended Doha-bound flights and closed the land border with the small peninsula-state. The sanctions were introduced at a time when a regional consensus on constraining Iranian influence from Yemen to Syria is sought for and the region is in full flames. A new intra-Gulf crisis with implications well
Ulutaş / Jun 9
I recollect my senior year in college when Turkey was grappling with enormous difficulties. The ruling parties fell short of coming up with a solution to the profound economic problems while spending all their energy on debates in the Cabinet. Turkey was in need of a new story in order to recover socially, politically and economically. During the years I pursued my academic studies after graduation, I had an opportunity to closely follow the foundation
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Several Arab states led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have hit Qatar with a set of sanctions. They cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, suspended Doha-bound flights and closed the land border with the small peninsula-state. The sanctions were introduced at a time when a regional consensus on constraining Iranian influence from Yemen to Syria is sought for and the region is in full flames. A new intra-Gulf crisis with implications well
Ulutaş / Jun 9
I recollect my senior year in college when Turkey was grappling with enormous difficulties. The ruling parties fell short of coming up with a solution to the profound economic problems while spending all their energy on debates in the Cabinet. Turkey was in need of a new story in order to recover socially, politically and economically. During the years I pursued my academic studies after graduation, I had an opportunity to closely follow the foundation
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The Ankara Insider
Every single regional state, including the Saudi Arabia, will lose if the current superficial and avoidable crisis continues and deepens.

Several Arab states led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have hit Qatar with a set of sanctions. They cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, suspended Doha-bound flights and closed the land border with the small peninsula-state. The sanctions were introduced at a time when a regional consensus on constraining Iranian influence from Yemen to Syria is sought for and the region is in full flames. A new intra-Gulf crisis with implications well beyond the Gulf would in no way work for the good of the region. Then who is the Qatar crisis, aimed at isolating Qatar and forcing the emirate to make concessions on a number of foreign policy issues, good for?

Israel was one of the first countries that opposed Mubarak’s removal, preferred Assad over the opposition in Syria and has been uneasy about what the so-called Arab Spring had to offer to the region.

An ardent opponent of popular movements during the Arab Spring and the archenemy of Hamas, Israel, tops the list. Israel was one of the first countries that opposed Mubarak’s removal, preferred Assad over the opposition in Syria and has been uneasy about what the so-called Arab Spring had to offer to the region. The current crisis has a lot to do with Qatar’s role in the Arab Spring, most notably its pro-Mursi stance, as well as its welcoming of Hamas leaders in Doha. Any step that helps Al-Sisi to consolidate its grip in Egypt, weaken Hamas’ regional standing and roll back the status quo ante would be…

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