Federico PIERACCINI | 13.06.2017 | OPINION Multipolar World Order: The Big Picture in the Qatar-Saudi Fracture

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Multipolar World Order: The Big Picture in the Qatar-Saudi Fracture

In a climate of outright confrontation, even the Gulf monarchies have been overtaken by a series of unprecedented events. The differences between Qatar on one side, and Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain on the other, have escalated into a full-blown diplomatic crisis with outcomes difficult to foresee. (…)

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Qatar crisis sets in motion realignments | Réseau International (english)

12.06.2017 Four days have passed since the terrorist strikes in Tehran but Iran has not retaliated with any “surgical strike” against Saudi Arabia – and, typically, there isn’t going to be any. The political leadership pointed the accusing finger at Saudi Arabia, US and Israel. Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said that the terror strikes “will only increase hatred for the governments of the United States and their stooges in the region like the Saudis.” However, Iran will not react in a hurry, given the crisis over the Saudi-Qatar standoff that is fraught with profound consequences for regional politics. (…)

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BHADRAKUMAR Qatar crisis sets realignments 20170612

M K Bhadrakumar

http://blogs.rediff.com/mkbhadrakumar/2017/06/11/qatar-crisis-sets-in-motion-realignments/

 

Quelle: Qatar crisis sets in motion realignments | Réseau International (english)