Qatar and Turkey: How did it go so wrong so fast?

As the Arab Spring got underway, Turkey and Qatar came together on what seemed to be the right side of history. Now, all their regional bets have all but collapsed, after both adopted a policy of unabashed support for the Muslim Brotherhood. This support, however, has impacted Turkish and Qatari interests in the Middle East general, and Syria specifically? Where did it all go wrong? And how did this policy help undermine both countries’ efforts to topple Bashar al Assad?

Today, Aaron is joined by Michael Stephens, the Director of RUSI Qatar, about Turkish and Qatari policy in the Middle East.

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“Where Did it All Go Wrong? The Qatar-Turkey Power House Comes Up Short”

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About aaronstein1

I am an Istanbul based PhD Candidate a King's College London.
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