Collective Frustration, But No Collective Action, in Qatar

Original source: MERIP | Dec. 7, 2013 | 1 Response

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Date: 
December 7, 2013

In late June 2013, as neighboring Arab states continued their struggles against popular pressure for political reform or regime change, the Gulf emirate of Qatar undertook its own, voluntary transfer of power. Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, patriarch of modern Qatar, appeared on state television to name as successor his 33-year old son, Sheikh Tamim. The outgoing leader was hobbled by serious health problems, it was said, and in any case most observers agreed that a recalibration of Qatar’s domestic and international agendas was perhaps just what the doctor ordered.

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  1. there are a couple of bad links on the short version of December 7 Qatar story from MERIP. “read more” link works but there are two links to MEPIR [sic] that don’t work.

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