Year:2021   Volume: 3   Issue: 8   Area: International Relations

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Ahmed Safaa Souda Thamer AL-SAEED


The study was interested in identifying the nature of the various relations between Qatar and Bahrain ‎during the period 2017-2020, taking into account their roots, by studying the events and political ‎variables in these relations at regular intervals from the point of view of many academic, news and ‎media writings. The research adopted the inductive research method, which focused on referring to ‎what was written on this topic from contemporary books, research and published articles, and showing ‎the extent of their consistency or conflict in order to derive the results and present the topic correctly. ‎We also used the historical method, not primarily. The study reached a number of results, the most ‎important of which was that the relations were and still are tense, affected by the policy of the ‎concerned foreign countries and their international alliances with Turkey, Iran and the United States of ‎America, and the changes in the political conditions of the region with a difference in foreign trends and ‎the diplomatic tool in the face of these changes, especially the Qatari side, which I adopted soft power ‎as a diplomatic tool in dealing with the crisis with Bahrain and its allies in exchange for the blockade, ‎which was considered a means of pressure that had negative effects on humanity and the citizens of the ‎two countries. And the International Court of Justice to look into the nature of cases and political ‎differences, as well as the role of the media in bringing views or their dimensions and in alleviating the ‎severity or escalation of the crisis.

Keywords: Borders, Arab Spring, protests, ‎interventions, relations, Qatar and ‎Bahrain, Gulf crisis ‎‎.

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