Monday, December 9, 2013

Collective Frustration, But No Collective Action, in Qatar

I am currently traveling in Germany and the U.S. for conferences, but thought I would post a link to this article on Qatari domestic politics recently published in the Middle East Research and Information Project. Based on insights from new survey data collected earlier this year, it discusses the political road ahead for Qatar following the unprecedented leadership transition of late June. In this sense it is notable not only for its basis in empirical data, but also for its treatment of domestic politics rather than the standard concern for Qatar's international policy and strategy.


  1. So wait, is this Priest Abija a rich Qatari who will use vast amounts of natural gas-derived wealth to make my dreams come true (as long as I'm not a Nepalese slave)...?

  2. Normally I would delete the spam comment, but I think I'll have to keep it now.


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