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Oil and Security in the Arab Gulf

The Proceedings of an International Symposium (Collected Dramatic Works of John Symonds)

by J. E. Akins

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Published by Arab Research Centre .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8293881M
ISBN 100907233058
ISBN 109780907233053
OCLC/WorldCa16830356

  "Oil monarchies" means the members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman). In a very useful survey, Gause reviews the internal and foreign policies of the six states and concludes with some thoughts on U.S. : Daniel Pipes. The Emergence of the Modern Gulf, Globalization, Wars, and a Telecommunications Revolution. The Twenty-First-Century Gulf. When Only Women Will Work. Inclusion, Tolerance, and Accommodation. Beyond Oil and Islam.

  Gregory Gause's masterful book is the first to offer a comprehensive account of the international politics in the Persian Gulf across nearly four decades. The story begins in when Great Britain ended its protectorate relations with the smaller states of the lower Gulf. It traces developments in the region from the oil 'revolution' of through the Iranian . Oil-rich Gulf states seek unity, security world's oil, are defying Arab history. the Saudi view that the security of each Gulf state is interlinked with the security of the Author: James Dorsey.

  Oil producers in the Arabian Gulf, such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, and the United Arab Emirates would lose billions in oil revenues, if they are unable to transport their crude through the waterway and sell it in the global market. A potential shutdown of the Strait for a prolonged period would cause a global economic recession. The contradictory trends of the 'post-Arab Spring' landscape form both the backdrop to, and the focus of, this volume on the changing security dynamics of the Persian Gulf, defined as the six GCC states plus Iraq and Iran.


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Akins 7. An Arab View of Superpower ‘Security’ in the Gulf Ahmed Baha El-Din 8. Britain and the Gulf Douglas Hurd 9. This timely book demystifies the politics of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and Oman, and focuses on the new pressures that have emerged since the Gulf War.

Gause illuminates the foreign policy tightrope these states walk in the Middle East: self-defense is problematic, regional pressures translate directly into the domestic arena, and relations with. The Burke Chair at CSIS is issuing a working draft of a new net assessment of the security situation in the Persian/Arab Gulf.

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Once just sleepy desert sheikdoms, the Arab Gulf states of Saudi Arabia, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait now exert unprecedented influence on international affairs—the result of their almost unimaginable riches in oil and gas.

In this book, Rory Miller, an expert in Gulf politics and international affairs, provides. This book is an analysis of the international political environment for business in the Gulf region. To secure the flow of oil supplies to the West, the U.S.

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He is the author of five books, including Insecure Gulf: The End of Certainty and the Transition to the Post-Oil Era (OUP, ), Qatar and the Arab Spring (Oxford University Press, ), The First World War in the Middle East (OUP, ) and The Gulf States in International Political Economy (Palgrave Macmillan, ), and most recently The Brand: Oxford University Press.

Ever since the dust settled after Desert Storm, an assessment of how the oil monarchies of the Arabian Peninsula are faring has been needed. This clear and concise account is the best analysis to date. The author challenges the conventional view of unchanging traditional political systems rooted in tribalism and religion.

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During the s and ‘80s economic relations between the Arab Gulf States and Japan grew enormously. Approximately 65% of Japan’s oil requirements were met from Arab Gulf resources.

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