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What is going on in the Middle East? Russia's interests and logic of action in the region

Vitaly V. Naumkin

In the title, itself, we have the answer, if there is some logic in what is going on that means it is good. Of course, logic in the activities of Russia but not in the situation itself. The situation is not logical at all. I am going to be brief because it is a huge region, and everything is evolving and the new conflicts emerge and old frozen conflicts get away because in the situation with the general crisis, we are going to have new emerging activities not just what happened with Qatar. 

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