Wake Turbulence of the 2017 Qatar-GCC Diplomatic Crisis

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Siegel, David

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Noorali, Saamia

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2019-06-07T19:51:31Z

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2019-06-07T19:51:31Z

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2019

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Political Science

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The international linkages between autocratic regimes have gained increasing attention in recent years but remain poorly understood. This literature is often limited by a selective focus on a specific set of international networks and a lack of systematic empirical analysis of linkages across time and space. In this paper, I seek to contribute to our understanding of international linkages amongst autocratic regimes by using changes in state-owned airline patterns to capture the shifts in the underlying geopolitics of the Middle East. I will focus on the 2017 GCC-Qatar diplomatic crisis to illustrate how changes in flight patterns offer broader insights into states’ perceptions, strategies, and alliances in the region.

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https://hdl.handle.net/10161/18936

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International relations

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Wake Turbulence of the 2017 Qatar-GCC Diplomatic Crisis

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Master's thesis

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