This article deals with the historical development of the Gulf crisis between Qatar, Gulf Cooperation Council countries and Egypt between 2014-2018. The researcher concluded that the roots of the Gulf Crisis were based until 2014 as an extension of the territory of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in its expanding ambitions towards Qatar. This is what the researcher calls indirect reason. For urgent reasons, the researchers summarize Qatar's position in the Muslim Brotherhood as the “position of the Jazeera Channel end repre-sented by the Gulf Cooperation Council states and Egypt, Qatar. Besides, the Gulf Coop-eration Council countries and Egypt is afraid of approaching the State of Qatar, Turkey, and Iran. The article discusses the first and second Riyadh Conference and its outcomes. The article focuses on the intensification of the crisis in 2017, the application of the blockade to the State of Qatar and the discussion of the withdrawal of consuls in 2018. The article describes the in-ternational situation from the Gulf-Qatar crisis at the Arab-Asian, European, African and American levels. In particular, the article focuses on the position of the European Union and America as defenders of the fight against terro-rism. Finally, in this paper, the researcher tries to explain the most important political and eco-nomic consequences of the Gulf crisis at the local and global levels for both Qatar and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries.
The Gulf crisis - Gulf - Qatar, Gulf Coorporation Council Gulf states.