GCC edges towards healing the Qatar rift with some reluctance

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Issue 1116 - 10 Dec 2020 | 5 minute read

The approaching political transition in the United States is focusing minds across the region. It could lead to at least a partial diplomatic resolution of the Qatar dispute, which has been the defining feature of relations within the Gulf Co-operation Council since June 2017. Saudi Arabia’s public tone has softened, but there are fewer signs of movement from Abu Dhabi.

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