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A deal may be imminent but how long will it take to rebuild trust within the GCC?

While a deal may be imminent between the Gulf Cooperation Council states, it may take longer to rebuild trust between the governments and people, writes Kristian Coates Ulrichsen. Signs of a possible breakthrough in the...

Fatima Shaddad: My last conversation with Qatar’s legendary icon Mama Fatima

When I first met Qatar's iconic singer Fatima Shaddad, I knew I was in the presence of a queen in her own right, writes Hamida Issa. I’ll never forget the first time I saw the...

After Trump’s major shifts, what will happen between Biden, Iran and the Gulf?

After four years of major shifts in the Gulf region under the Trump administration, political analyst, Mahjoob Zweiri explores what changes will come with Joe Biden. Joe Biden has succeeded Donald Trump to become the...

The passengers were violated and it’s time for Qatar to take women’s rights seriously

The incident that took place at Hamad International Airport was a violation of women's rights and it is time for Qatar to take this seriously, writes Dr. Amal Al-Malki. The Government Communication Office announced yesterday,...

The bumbling Macron and delusions of ‘grandeur’ France

France’s hypocrisy allows it to talk about humanity while quietly suffocating people wherever found unguarded, writes Dr Farhan Chak. What is the glory of France? Victor Hugo, in Mes fils (1874) audaciously describes it as...

It’s time authorities shift their focus to thousands stuck in entry permit limbo

In our latest editorial, we highlight growing grievances over Qatar's Exceptional Entry Permits - a COVID-19 measure that although necessary, has ripped families apart. Let’s be honest, Qatar could’ve done a lot worse in dealing...
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