Doha can make diplomacy work

June 2009
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;6/12/2009, Vol. 53 Issue 24, p6
The article focuses on the role that can be played by Doha, the capital of Qatar, as a diplomatic deal broker. Doha is a staunch U.S. ally but it also supports pro-Iranian political factions in Gaza and Lebanon. It discusses the impact of Doha's efforts in trying to solve the Middle East's problems, and informs about the successful signing of a peace agreement for Lebanon.


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