In July 2017, the Arab Gulf region entered the most significant period of political and diplomatic turmoil in its recent history, when a coalition of four Arab countries – the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Bahrain – cut ties with Doha.
The United Arab Emirates is using artificial intelligence and smart solutions as part of its strategy to combat the spread of COVID-19. This paper sheds light on some samples of this use, advantages and opportunities created by this pandemic to develop this approach in fighting epidemics in the future.
The United Arab Emirates represents an ideal case to study of a small state’s effective response to strategic challenges and contemporary shifts in the Middle East. Regional and international geopolitical developments in the region since the dawn of the twenty-first century have forced radical changes in UAE foreign policy and power-building.
The states of the Arab Quartet believed that the boycott resolution of June 2017 would force Qatar to reconsider its destabilizing policies and end its support and funding for terrorism.
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