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Qatar: Six Countries Sever Diplomatic Ties, Gulf Unity Under Threat

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   A. What happened? On June 4 2017, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties with Qatar. The four Arab countries—joined a few hours later by Yemen and the Maldives—decided to: a) interrupt their diplomatic relations with Qatar; b) expel Qatar from the coalition currently fighting in Yemen; c) interrupt all transport links ...

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   A. What happened? On June 4 2017, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties with Qatar. The four Arab countries—joined a few hours later by Yemen and the Maldives—decided to: a) interrupt their diplomatic relations with Qatar; b) expel Qatar from the coalition currently fighting in Yemen; c) interrupt all transport links […]
Alessandro Magnoli Bocchi
Over the past 20 years, Alessandro Magnoli Bocchi has been working in the field of economic analysis and international investments in the Middle East, Europe, the USA, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Since 2012, Founder and CEO, Foresight Advisors - economic and business advisory services.From 2008 to 2012, Chief Economist and member of the management team and Investment Committee at Kuwait China Investment Company (KCIC).

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