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Autor: J. Kechichian
ISBN-13: 9781349634453
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 473
Format: 216x140x mm
Sprache: Englisch
PART I: INTERNAL CONCERNS THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN Tensions and Options Among the Iranian Clerical Establishment; O.Roy Reformists, Conservatives and Iran's Parliamentary Elections; S.Bakhash Civil-Military Relations In the Islamic Republic of Iran; A.S.Hashim THE REPUBLIC OF IRAQ The Position of the Iraqi Clergy; J.N.Wiley Domestic Politics in a Post-Saddam Iraq; L.Kubba The Military in Iraqi Politics; A.Parasiliti THE KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA Assessing Saudi Susceptibility To Revolution; M.N.Katz Image, Imagination and Place: The Political Economy of Tourism in Saudi Arabia; G.Okruhlik Saudi Arabia: Measures of Transition from a Rentier State; R.E.Looney THE ARAB GULF STATES Domestic Politics in The United Arab Emirates: Social and Economic Policies, 1990-2000; F.Al-Sayegh Kuwait and Bahrain: The Appeal of Globalization and Internal Constraints; M.Seikaly Kings and People: Information and Authority in Oman, Qatar, and the Persian Gulf; D.F.Eickelman PART II: REGIONAL CONCERNS BORDER DISPUTES Down To the Usual Suspects: Border and Territorial Disputes in the Arabian Peninsula and Persian Gulf at the Millennium; R.Schofield The Kuwait-Iraq Border Problem; H.Hassouna Yemeni-Saudi Relations Gone Awry; M.A.Zabarah RELATIONS BETWEEN GCC STATES Unity on the Arabian Peninsula; J.A.Kechichian Forging Institutions in the Gulf Arab States; R.H.Dekmejian The GCC States: Internal Dynamics and Foreign Policies; M.S.Al-Musfir THE GULF STATES AND WESTERN POWERS Constants and Variations in Gulf-British Relations; G.Nonneman The Impact of US Policy on the Stability of the Gulf States: A Historian's View; R.S.Zahlan Gulf States Links with their Post-Soviet Northern Neighbors; T.Karasik PART III: TRENDS FOR THE FUTURE The UAE Vision for Gulf Security; Sultan bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan The Gulf Cooperation Council: Future Trends; S.bin H.Al-Maskery The Arabian Gulf at the New Millennium: Security Challenges; H.H.Al-Alkim Outlook for Iranian-Gulf Relations: Greater Cooperation or Renewed Risk of Conflict?; S .T.Hunter What Makes the Gulf States Endure?; J.E.Peterson
A decade after the War for Kuwait and two decades after the Iran-Iraq War, the wider Gulf region remains mired in internal, regional and international conflicts. Iran, Iraq, and the Arab Gulf States presents analytical perspectives - including solution-oriented assessments to identify major causes for actual and potential conflicts throughout the Gulf. The twenty-six papers assembled in this volume identify trends for the next decade. Studies on Iranian, Iraqi, Saudi and Arab Gulf States' political agendas on the domestic, regional and international fronts are included, along with assessments on pending legal issues, including border disputes, relations among the Gulf states themselves, as well as their complex and evolving ties with several Western powers. The study closes with four 'trends' chapters looking at the 2000-2010 period.
Editiert von: J. Kechichian
JOE KECHICHIAN is the CEO of Kechichian & Associates, LLC, and a fellow at the Gustav E. von Grunebaum Center for Near East Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. He is the author of Succession in Saudi Arabia (Palgrave, forthcoming).
Autor: J. Kechichian
ISBN-13:: 9781349634453
ISBN: 134963445X
Verlag: Springer Palgrave Macmillan, Palgrave Macmillan US, Macmillan Education
Seiten: 473
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 1st ed. 2001
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 216x140x mm