Author profile: Kristian Coates Ulrichsen

Kristian Coates Ulrichsen (@Dr_Ulrichsen) is Fellow for the Middle East at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy and an Associate Fellow with the Middle East and North Africa Program at Chatham House in London. His research focuses on the history, politics, and international relations of the Middle East with particular emphasis on the Gulf. His recent publications include Qatar and the Arab Spring (2014), The Gulf States in International Political Economy (2015), and The United Arab Emirates: Power, Politics and Policymaking (2016).

The Qatar Standoff and US Interests

The Qatar Standoff and US Interests

US policymakers must recognise that from this dispute no winners will emerge and that the lines between good and bad are not as clear as the protagonists believe.

Review – Bahrain’s Uprising

Review – Bahrain’s Uprising

This edited collection reconstructs an evocative and comprehensive account of the forgotten flashpoint of the Arab Spring – Kingdom of Bahrain’s Pearl uprising.

Qatar: Emergence of a Regional Power with International Reach

Qatar: Emergence of a Regional Power with International Reach

The highly visible role played by Qatar in spearheading the destruction of the Gaddafi regime in Libya has focused world attention onto this tiny Persian Gulf emirate.

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