Expert Commentary

Kuwait Sees No Benefit from Gulf Sqaubbling

Richard LeBaron
Nonresident Senior Fellow, The Atlantic Council

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The Author is Richard LeBaron

Richard LeBaron is a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council with a special focus on the Gulf region. He previously served as deputy chief of mission at the US embassy in London from August 2007 to August 2010. Ambassador LeBaron served as ahargé d'affaires in London from February to August 2009. Previous to his assignment to London, Ambassador LeBaron served as the US ambassador to Kuwait (2004 to 2007).

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