The mood in post-blockade Qatar

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Nearly 15 months after the historic al-Ula summit, which ended the Emirati and Saudi-imposed blockade of Qatar, there is a greater sense of confidence in Doha. Having survived a three-and-a-half-year period of relative isolation on the Arabian Peninsula, Qatar finds itself under much less pressure today. Qatar’s citizens and expatriate population proved resilient amid the 2017-21 Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) feud, which has given them a stronger sense of national pride and unity than what they had prior to the crisis. The al-Ula summit was a joyous occasion for basically everyone in Doha. Re…

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