Giorgio Cafiero

An official from Kuwait's Interior Ministry puts up a poster of fugitives convicted of belonging to a cell accused of plotting attacks in the country; the cell reportedly was formed and trained by Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, Kuwait City, July 20, 2017. (photo by YASSER AL-ZAYYAT/AFP/Getty Images)

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Kuwait-Iran diplomatic row could have wide-ranging impact

Tuesday, Jul. 25, 2017 | Giorgio Cafiero, Contributor

Kuwait's expulsion of Iranian diplomats over the Abdali terror cell case may affect domestic politics, business deals and Iranian relations with the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Trump administration looks to Oman for help navigating Middle East

Sunday, Jul. 23, 2017 | Giorgio Cafiero, Contributor

US officials, while wary about Oman's ties with Iran, seek Oman's assistance in resolving Qatar dispute.

How Turkey fits into the Qatar puzzle

Sunday, Jul. 2, 2017 | Giorgio Cafiero, Contributor

Turkey's military presence in Qatar seems to be complicating an already complex situation for the coalition that recently cut ties with Doha.

Stakes high for Kuwait as mediator in Qatar crisis

Tuesday, Jun. 27, 2017 | Giorgio Cafiero, Contributor

Kuwait has established its neutrality in the Qatari crisis, but it has a lot at stake.

Qatar-GCC crisis unsettles Sudan

Tuesday, Jun. 20, 2017 | Giorgio Cafiero, Contributor

The government in Khartoum is caught in the middle of the bitter dispute between Qatar and the Gulf Cooperation Council.

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Giorgio Cafiero is the CEO of Gulf State Analytics. On Twitter: @GulfStateAnalyt

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