Qatar under land isolation


Ten months after its Arab neighbors broke off ties with Qatar, there are strong signals coming out of the Gulf state that regional isolation is making it stronger.

Qatar-Saudi Fracture explained


Iran, Russia and China, assisting Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Libya, have created the necessary conditions to end Middle-Eastern destabilization, even prompting an internal crisis in the Gulf Cooperation Council. The bet that Riyadh, Tel Aviv and Washington embarked on with the aggression against Doha could prove to be an unforgivable strategic error, even leading to the end of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the weakening of the anti-Iran coalition in the region.