Will Qatar’s Muslim Brotherhood Expulsions Reshape Middle East Rivalries?

Then-Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Qatari Foreign Minister Khalid Mohamed A. Al-Attiyah at the Conference on Security Policy, Munich, Germany, Feb. 5, 2012 (AP photo by Frank Augstein).
Then-Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Qatari Foreign Minister Khalid Mohamed A. Al-Attiyah at the Conference on Security Policy, Munich, Germany, Feb. 5, 2012 (AP photo by Frank Augstein).
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At the end of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Doha last week, Qatar’s young emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, drove Erdogan to the airport in his own car. The gesture, perhaps, was meant to signal Turkey and Qatar’s close ties. But one couldn’t help thinking it was also a sign of the course they’ve charted, often together, over the past three years as the chief sponsors of Islamist political parties and movements across the Middle East. Both countries’ calculations, however, could be changing. On the heels of Erdogan’s trip to Doha, the Guardian reported that Qatar had […]

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