Gregg Carlstrom

Tel Aviv-based reporter

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Gregg Carlstrom is a reporter based in Tel Aviv, Israel. He writes  mostly for the Times and Economist. He was previously based in Doha, working for Al Jazeera.

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Qatar is a small branch of the Arabian Peninsula. Oil has made its few hundred thousand citizens wealthy, and the US uses its airbase to launch airstrikes against ISIS.

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Qatar is a small branch of the Arabian Peninsula. Oil has made its few hundred thousand citizens wealthy, and the US uses its airbase to launch airstrikes against ISIS.

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