Tag: Qatar

Imran Khan Has Shown More Diplomatic Maturity in Four Months Than Many Leaders do After Decades

The still fresh faced Imran Khan has only been Pakistan’s Prime Minister since August of this year, yet his diplomatic skills and ability to balance good relations between multiple rivalling powers has already proven that Imran has eschewed the ideological bent that defined some of his childish predecessors and has […]

The Khashoggi Murder Has Changed Geopolitical Relations in The Following Ways

While the fall out from the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi continues to unfold, the geopolitical implications stemming from the international outcry over Khashoggi’s murder are now increasing solidified. Here are the important changes that have developed in the aftermath of Ryadh taking public responsibility for the journalist’s demise. Turkey is […]

Saudi Arabia Concedes Defeat to Turkey And Moves to Damage Control Mode

Less than 48 hours after Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince and de-facto ruler Mohammad bin Salman vowed to bring the murderers of Saudi born journalist Jamal Khashoggi to justice, the Saudi state prosecutor appeared on television and admitted that as Turkey’s President Erdogan stated on Tuesday, Khashoggi’s murder was in fact premeditated. Referencing […]

The Khashoggi Murder Will Dramatically Strengthen The Unspoken Saudi-Israeli Alliance

For entirely different reasons both Israel and Iran have remained unusually silent regarding the murder of Jamal Khashoggi at his birth nation’s consulate in Istanbul. Regarding Iran, the explanation for this silence is quite simple. As the wider world begins to realise that everything the US and Israel have accused Iran […]

Qatar to Invest $15 Billion in Turkey – Turkey Should Now Co-Host The 2022 World Cup on a Win-Win Model

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has held a meeting with Qatar’s Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani who pledged to invest $15 billion into Turkey’s economy in the wake of Washington’s economic war on Turkey which has seen the Lira’s exchange rate plummet. Apart from Turkey’s sustained economic growth rates and a low […]

The China-Arab States Cooperation Forum Offers The Arab World Hope During a Time of Crisis

The once united Arab world is more divided today than at anytime since the implementation of the Sykes-Picot agreement of 1916 whereby the French and British imperial governments decided to split the majority of the Arab world into spheres of influence to be shared by western Europe’s foremost colonial aggressors. […]