The Gulf Crisis Reassessed From An International Law Perspective

The Gulf Crisis Reassessed From An International Law Perspective

By Richard Falk   Introduction The dysfunctionality of the Gulf Crisis, pitting a coalition of four countries, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, and Egypt against tiny Qatar, is emblematic of the descent into multi-dimensional chaos, conflict, and coercion that afflicts much of the Middle East. Qatar may be tiny, but it is wealthy […]