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Arab wounds need to be healed first, says former PM

Arab wounds need to be healed first, says former PM

Arab leaders have to find ways to heal wounds and put the Arab world in its rightful place, former prime minister and foreign minister of Qatar HE Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabor al-Thani has said.

FM calls for dialogue based on mutual respect to solve Gulf crisis

FM calls for dialogue based on mutual respect to solve Gulf crisis

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani on Saturday called for dialogue based on mutual respect to solve the Gulf crisis.

'The GCC Setback of June' cautions against the dangers of tribalism and sectarianism

'The GCC Setback of June' cautions against the dangers of tribalism and sectarianism

A recently released book 'The GCC Setback of June' by well-known author Mohanna al-Hubail documents and analyses the various stages of the Gulf crisis, which started on June 5, 2017 when three GCC countries - Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain - alongside Egypt launched a sudden blockade against Qatar.

HBKU Press publishes book on Gulf crisis

HBKU Press publishes book on Gulf crisis

Hamad Bin Khalifa University Press’ (HBKU Press) latest published title, The Gulf Crisis: The View from Qatar, officially launched at this year’s Doha Forum, which concluded on Sunday.

Lift blockade and solve Gulf crisis through talks: Amir

Lift blockade and solve Gulf crisis through talks: Amir

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani inaugurated on Saturday the 8th Doha Forum highlighting the importance of dialogue "in this difficult time" and "the inevitability of diversity".

Blockade made Qatar stronger on all fronts: Argentinean FM

Blockade made Qatar stronger on all fronts: Argentinean FM

The Gulf crisis that followed the siege of Qatar has in fact made the country stronger economically and politically, Argentinean Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie has said.

Qatar and the message of peace

Qatar and the message of peace

In one of the most forceful and passionate speeches made before the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani gave a vivid picture of the aspirations of Qatar for a peaceful and prosperous Middle East,

Gulf crisis can’t be solved by stubbornness, says FM

Gulf crisis can’t be solved by stubbornness, says FM

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has said the political crisis facing the Gulf following the unjust siege on Qatar can only be solved by dialogue and requires statesmanship.

Mediation only way to settle disputes, says Qatar

Mediation only way to settle disputes, says Qatar

The State of Qatar reiterated its commitment to mediation to settle conflicts and disputes by peaceful means, affirming that its interest in mediation lies at the heart of the priority it attaches to the maintenance of peace and security.

'Gulf crisis could end as unexpectedly as it started'

'Gulf crisis could end as unexpectedly as it started'

Dr Mehran Kamrava says the blockade started on a personal level mainly by the rulers of the UAE and Saudi Arabia and Qatar handled it very well.

ICJ ruling vindicates country’s stand in Gulf crisis, Qatar tells UN

ICJ ruling vindicates country’s stand in Gulf crisis, Qatar tells UN

The recent decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to take provisional measures against the UAE, in a case related to discrimination against Qatari citizens, can be considered a recognition by the most prominent international judicial body of Qatar's strong legal case

US is looking for 'permanent solution to Gulf crisis'

US is looking for 'permanent solution to Gulf crisis'

The United States is trying to start a process that will lead to a permanent solution to the Gulf crisis, Ryan Gliha, outgoing chargé d'affaires at the US embassy in Qatar, has said.