November 3, 2011

Qatar's Diplomatic Dynamism

Tony Badran, NOW Lebanon

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As far as Qatar is concerned, ambiguity may actually be desirable, allowing it to triangulate between Iran and the US. As far as Washington's interests are concerned, however, the episode represents yet another failure of US diplomacy.

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TAGGED: Syria, Bashar al-Assad, Qatar

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