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Balancing the Scales
The Columbia Journal of Asia
The Middle East as a geopolitical region is not generally renowned for the neutrality and mediation present in its politics. Kuwait defies this trend, acting as a mediator in some conflicts and remaining neutral in others. When it seems as though Kuwait is taking a tough, sided stance (for example, its steadfast refusal to recognise the State of Israel), further analysis proves that the supposedly unneutral position is in fact a way of remaining neutral in another conflict. Through adoi:10.52214/cja.v1i1.9356 fatcat:sd5dgmqxdrbwzk5xbngfp3nvte