The objective of this study is to monitor regional variables likely to occur as a result of the breakthrough of the Gulf/Qatari crisis at several levels, including political, economic, and security, and to determine whether this breakthrough or reconciliation is based on the foundations of durability and continuity, or whether there is a problem that may bring the Gulf/Gulf dispute back to the front of the regional and international strategic landscape. The study also assesses the need for research and analysis to investigate the impact of the above-mentioned variables on the nature of Gulf engagement with Iranian presence in conflict zones and competition, on the one hand, and on developments in the nuclear ambition of the parties to this rivalry, on the other. The special and intense exposure to the future political, economic, and security implications of Gulf reconciliation for the Iraqi situation should not be overlooked.