The two-month old crisis pitting Qatar against an alliance led by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia is proving to be a double-edged sword.
Feuding Gulf States have poured millions of dollars into media campaigns which twist the truth to serve rival narratives.
The Iraqi people must rise above sectarianism and chart their own destiny.
If the Israelis and the Palestinians learned to live in peace, it would usher in a renaissance the likes of which has never been seen before.
Unlike its neighbors, Qatar has continued to do well ranked by perceived corruption.
The fall in the value of oil has far reaching knock-on effects.
Crisis puts future of Saudi reforms and GCC in doubt.
America’s much-vaunted checks and balances do not really apply to U.S. foreign policy. That is a big problem.
Prince Mohammed could well prove to be the figure that provides Saudi Arabia with a path to the future. But it is a very big gamble.