Qatar’s capacity to make quick diplomatic and economic adjustments to weather the impact of the blockade has saved it from a possible collapse
China will go to bat for Pyongyang but not for Tehran, and Iran is relatively weak
Mohammed Nuruzzaman is Associate Professor of International Relations at the Gulf University for Science and Technology in Kuwait. n He earned a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Alberta in 2003 and has taught at universities in Canada, Bangladesh and Kuwait. He specializes in international relations theory, global political economy, human rights and human security, great powers in the global order, political Islam, and politics and international relations of the Middle East. His major publications have appeared in leading peer-reviewed international journals, and he is a contributor The National Interest, E-International Relations, The Conversation, and Informed Comment.
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