14 Jan, 2022

Turkey’s Military Presence in Qatar and Kuwait: A Security Umbrella for Gulf’s Stability?

Hazal Muslu El-Berni Betul Dogan Akkas | 14 January 2022

With the signing of the Strategic Partnership Agreement in 2008, Turkey became the first non-Gulf country to engage with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) through a strategic dialogue mechanism
Turkey’s Military Presence in Qatar and Kuwait: A Security Umbrella for Gulf’s Stability?2022-01-18T14:07:20+03:00
13 Jan, 2021

Breakthrough in the Gulf Crisis Will Shape Regional Geopolitics

Samuel Ramani | 13 January 2021 | TR

On January 5, the Qatar diplomatic crisis came to an abrupt end at the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit in Riyadh. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt ended their boycott against Qatar, which began in June 2017
Breakthrough in the Gulf Crisis Will Shape Regional Geopolitics2021-01-13T13:05:52+03:00
2 Dec, 2015

Turkey and Qatar: Two Complementary Regional States

Al Sharq Strategic Research | 02 December 2015

Turkey, with its massive military power and lucrative developing economy, and Qatar, with its large amount of natural gas resources and effective diplomatic prowess, are two emerging powers in the Middle East as vigorous countries in conflict resolution processes and claiming for the gradual regional transformation. They took similar positions towards the Arab Uprisings. Both countries have been supporting popular movements against the pro-status quo regimes. They have been backing the Syrian opposition against the Assad regime and have been searching for an Assad-free Syria.
Turkey and Qatar: Two Complementary Regional States2022-01-27T16:31:24+03:00
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