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Qatar succeeded at managing Gulf crisis, say experts

Strategic specialists and analysts confirmed that Qatar has succeeded in managing the current Gulf crisis and was able to overcome it, and undermined the endeavors of the sieg nationsto weaken its sovereignty, economy and social cohesion.

They called attention to that Qatar wound up more grounded in light of the present Gulf crisis, and gave a fruitful model in how to manage crises and transform the difficulties into opportunities, and receive adaptable procedures to address the outcomes of the siege, particularly at the political and monetary dimensions, amid the “Third Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference: Gulf Crisis, Repercussions and Future” by the Gulf Studies Center (GSC) at Qatar 
University (QU).

 

During a session on “Crisis Management in the Era of Global Network - The Case Of Qatari Blockade”, Dr Adriana Lukaszewicz from Kozminski University, said that after 18 months of siege Qatar appears to be more resilient to the repercussions of the crisis. “There has been a change in the nature of the threats associated with the crisis, specially after Qatar has succeeded in turning challenges into opportunities by improving all its economic sectors, and building new regional and international alliances.”

She clarified that achievement in crisis the board is straightforwardly identified with the accomplishment of the administration when all is said in done, and it mirrors the general achievement in the state management.

Dr Lukaszewicz said, "Qatar's reaction to the crisis and its quick achievement in overcoming it, discovering elective business merchandise in record time, making new alliances, and looking for independence in agricultural and mechanical products is fascinating."

Dr Wojciech Grabowsk, an expert in political theory, said that Qatar has possessed the capacity to confront the crisis through its reliance on aggregate administration, and embraced a procedure through which it confronted every one of the political and economic levels, leaving only the social repercussions done by the siege countries in the separation of families, and the disruption of social ties.

"Qatar has taken compelling measures to counter the negative purposeful publicity crusades composed by the siege nations against the image of the state, especially in Western countries, as Qatar succeeded in this, whether in the media or through the actual actions by strengthening alliances with countries of the world, including the United States, and major European and regional countries.” He included. 

He additionally brought up that Qatar likewise won in its campaign against the human rights violations that influenced the Qatari residents, as a result of the proportions of the nations of the bar, and the situation of the Human Rights Council a solid triumph notwithstanding the besieged states.

Dr Wojciech Grabowski praised the public cohesion along with the leadership during the crisis.

He said that there was a popular enlightenment campaign that showed the cohesion of society between the authority and individuals and demonstrated the amicability among Qataris and occupants and made it all the more amazing to confront new threats.

Dr Kristian Coates, the keynote speaker, said that a standout amongst the most vital repercussions of the emergency is the sharp Gulf division and the presentation of new players in the Gulf scene. "The disarray of the US organization in managing the emergency and its failure to determine it multiplied those repercussions." 

Dr Majid al-Ansari, professor of political psychology at Qatar University (QU), presented a paper titled “The inevitableness of GCC conflicts: An analysis of intra-gulf relations and regional hegemony attempts”, where he analysed the relations between the Gulf states and attempts at regional hegemony. 

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Source: Gulf Times

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