Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Doha, Qatar, on Sept. 11, 2020 / State Department photo by Ron Przysucha Middle East, New in Lobbying, Regional conflicts While Pompeo presses for reconciliation, Gulf rivals still spend millions lobbying against each other by Julian Pecquet on September 15, 2020 Julian Pecquet Author More in Middle East: Saudi sovereign wealth fund hires New York’s Teneo for $2.7 million September 8, 2021 Ex-Rep. Livingston, Lanny Davis team up on $1 million lobbying push for Libya’s Haftar ahead of elections September 6, 2021 Ex-Interior Minister Bashagha turns to BGR for Libya election lobbying September 3, 2021 US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo opened the US-Qatar Strategic Dialogue on Monday by declaring that it was "past time" for the Arab Gulf rivals to bury the hatchet and renew diplomatic ties. Foreign Lobby Report provides comprehensive coverage of the latest foreign lobbying news—who’s hired whom, and why—that you won’t get anywhere else. Purchase this article for $5.00 or subscribe for unlimited access. Already a subscriber? Sign in here.