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Studies 06 September, 2020

US Policy in Arab Gulf Opinion: Data from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait

Dana El Kurd

Researcher at the Arab Center. She obtained a doctorate in political science from the University of Texas in Austin, USA. Her research interests focus on comparative politics and international relations, specifically Palestine, and the relationship of authoritarianism in the Arab world to American intervention.

This study aims to present the results of the Saudi and Kuwaiti opinion poll on US policy in the Arab region. The study attempts to analyze how Gulf Arab citizens view US policy since President Donald Trump took office. Kuwaiti respondents have more condemned US policies in the last five years than the Saudis. The study draws on data provided by the Arab Opinion Index, which has been published by the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies every year since 2011.


* This study was published in the sixth issue of AlMuntaqa, a peer-reviewed academic journal for the social sciences and humanities, (pp. 91-93). You can read the full paper here.

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