GCC: Evaluation, Lessons Learned and Future Prospects

The contributors to this volume explore the policies and priorities of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, the tensions within and across the organisation, and behavioural traits of its key actors. Several also pay close attention to the GCC’s interactions with the wider region and in particular such countries as Iran and Turkey. More
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