The United Arab Emirates is setting its sights on building a domestic defense industry as arms spending is set to soar throughout the Middle East.
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Qatar's foreign minister expressed a host of grievances over his Gulf counterparts' regional activities on Sunday, calling out Saudi Arabia and the UAE in particular — and not just for their blockade of his country.
Kuwait has made several attempts to mediate between Qatar and its Gulf neighbors in attempts to quell the conflict, though so far to no avail.
Saudi Arabia is trying to deal with the fallout from the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's as it hosts a business conference.
Saudi Arabia is trying to drown out the noise surrounding journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death by hailing multibillion-dollar business deals.
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Investcorp's Hazem Ben-Gacem said his company has been able to "buy, manage and exit" its investments in the Middle East over the last two decades amid both positive and challenging news about the region's political situation.
CEO Akbar Al-Baker said he would bring an end to the "illegal" blockade through a policy of increased flight frequencies.
Qatar has “preserved its sovereignty” following a “futile” diplomatic crisis that befell the country in 2017, the emir of the Gulf state said Friday.
In the Middle East, Iran’s influence and frustration over U.S. engagement is growing. And the oil-rich Gulf state is changing, Financial Times reports.
Countries that started a regional blockade against Qatar are actually dependent on trade with the gas-rich state, Qatar National Bank said.
Saudi Arabia on Saturday suspended any dialogue with Qatar, accusing it of "distorting facts."
The UAE planted a false story on a Qatari site that was used as a pretext for the current diplomatic crisis, The Washington Post reported.
The U.S. is increasingly concerned that the Qatar dispute is at an impasse and could drag on, the State Department said
Negotiations in the Gulf crisis are a non-starter as long as Qatar perceives it is being singled out, says Benjamin Radd, professor at UCLA.
Qatar is unlikely to accede to 'humiliating demands by Saudi Arabia, former U.S. diplomat Theodore Kattouf says.
Four Arab states agreed to extend until late on Tuesday a deadline for Qatar to comply with a list of demands.
Trump spoke to leaders of Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi and Qatar to discuss his concerns about the dispute between Qatar and its neighbors.
Tillerson agreed to work toward seeking a resolution to a Saudi Arabia-led effort to isolate Qatar, the gulf country’s foreign ministry said.