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Multipolarity and the Middle East: The not-so-beautiful game

Four years ago, one of the defining images of the 2018 World Cup was of Vladimir Putin and Mohammed bin Salman together in the stands, sharing a joke as hosts Russia hammered Saudi Arabia five-nil. There will be no such repeat this time, given that Russia is – amazingly – too corrupt even for FIFA …

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KCS Country Risk & Threat Advisory Briefing: Qatar

Qatar Qatar has done a great deal of work to enshrine itself as a safe, stable, and welcoming state. Excellent literacy rates and university attendance have created a highly skilled workforce (not least through the policy of ‘Qatarization’, employing national citizens in a largely expat-based society). The political aspect, governed by the al-Thani family, is …

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Recent news from our US partner CTC International

US Business and the Gulf’s Shunning of Qatar Despite facing sanctions from several of its neighbors, Qatar is continuing business as usual, with only minor disruptions. The situation has heightened geopolitical tensions in an already anxious region, but has not significantly impacted businesses in either Qatar or the region. The tiny and extremely wealthy country has …

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