In a state of flux despite oil riches
UNLIKE most Arabian Gulf nations which are ruled with an iron hand, Kuwait, after its liberation from the Iraqi invasion in 1991, has insisted on a democratic form of government. This, ironically, has resulted in it being in a constant state of political flux.
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