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Regional Solutions to Regional Challenges in the Middle East?
In the latest edition of Tel Aviv Notes, Brandon Friedman explains what is driving the unfolding intra-Sunni détente in the Middle East.
Is the Muslim Brotherhood losing Turkey and Qatar in the light of the rapprochement with Egypt?
In this latest issue of Tel Aviv Notes, Michael Barak explores the implications of Turkey and Qatar's rapprochement of relations with Egypt on the Muslim Brotherhood.
Israel and the Gulf: Future Prospects for Normalization
Uzi Rabi analyzes the import of the wave of normalization of relations with Israel for Oman, Kuwait, and Qatar. This article is part of "The New Normal? Arab States and Normalization with Israel".
The GCC States and the Coronavirus: Between “Coronaphobia” and Economic Shock
Uzi Rabi describes effective mobilization in the GCC states, but at the same time identifies public expressions of xenophobia between Gulf citizens and their large migrant labor populations. This article is part of "The Coronavirus in the Middle East: State and Society in a Time of Crisis".
The Israeli dilemma when facing the bad boy of the Middle East
Michael Milshtein writes in Ynet about the role that Qatar plays in the current and future stability of the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Authority. In Hebrew.
Chad-Sudan Relations and the Qatar Crisis
Eline Rosenhart analyzes the interplay between the ongoing Qatar crisis and the relationship between Chad and Sudan.
Qatar’s Activist Foreign Policy and The 2022 World Cup
Jesse Weinberg examines the Qatar crisis through the lens of Qatar's foreign policy objectives and its hosting of the 2022 World Cup.