Florence Eid-Oakden, Ph.D, Chief Economist
- With a global back drop of record low tolerance for non-cooperation on combating terrorism, Qatar is being seen by the United States as “non-compliant”.
- Undermining fledgling states is a bad precedent that compromises the process of institution building in a region where state partners are needed in the fight against terrorism.
- As the only potentially effective mediator, the United States must deploy a steady hand, and a better understanding of the history of regional conflicts.
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