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Kuwait, Qatar hold talks in Doha

Qatari Emir Shaikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani and Kuwaiti First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Shaikh Sabah Al Khalid Al Hamad Al Sabah discussed in Doha the latest developments regarding the Kuwaiti mediation to resolve the Gulf crisis, the official news agencies of both countries said. …

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Dark Signs in the Persian Gulf

By Graham Fuller* — The political and economic assault against Qatar by a Saudi-led coalition so far shows no signs of succeeding in bending Qatar to its will. More seriously, it raises ominous signals for the future of geopolitics in the Arabian Peninsula. That future may have less to do …

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GCC economies to remain resilient to lower oil prices

By Babu Das Augustine, for Gulf News- Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) economies can withstand the pressures resulting from lower oil prices without having to make significant policy adjustments but, if needed, will likely adjust their fiscal policies accordingly, said analysts. “In general, we believe there is greater tolerance for fiscal …

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Arab States Voice Alarm Over Rebel Gains in Yemen

THE LEVANT – The capturing of Yemen’s capital by a Shiite militia in September is stoking alarm in Arab capitals that Iran is using the conflict to widen its power in the Middle East, according to senior Arab and U.S. officials. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and other …

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