A range of domestic challenges face Kuwait’s new emir

Issue 1111 - 01 Oct 2020

While the late Emir Sheikh Sabah was a giant on the regional diplomatic stage, his legacy at home is more mixed. Less drawn to economics than politics, he proved unable to shepherd the economy onto a more sustainable, long-term footing away from oil and gas dependency.

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