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Conflict resolution and creation of a security community in the Gulf Region

Author: Tim Niblock; Talmiz Ahmad; Degang Sun
Publisher: Berlin, Germany : Gerlach Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The bitter confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran is not only stoking conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, but now threatens the stability, security and well-being of the whole Gulf region. All the major global powers have significant interests in this area, and the pursuit of these interests adds further layers of division and conflict. This book goes to the heart of this issue, examining the critical  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)993760669
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Niblock; Talmiz Ahmad; Degang Sun
ISBN: 9783959940375 3959940378
OCLC Number: 1030531526
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: 1. Collective Security, Security Communities and the Gulf Region; 2. Prospect for Collective Security in the Gulf: Changing Dynamics of Threat Perception; 3. Bridging the Saudi-Iran Doctrinal and Strategic Divide: An Indian-led Role; 4. China's Even-handed Taiqi Diplomacy towards the Gulf Security; 5. Sectarianism, Terrorism and Security Dilemmas in the Gulf Region; 6. Cold War Modalities --
Do They Have a Chance in the Gulf?; 7. Applying the OSCE Model to the Gulf; 8. Drawing the Contours of a Cooperative Security Arrangement in the Gulf to Address Non-Traditional Threats --
an Indian Engagement.
Responsibility: edited by Tim Niblock, with Talmiz Ahmad and Degang Sun.

Abstract:

The bitter confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran is not only stoking conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, but now threatens the stability, security and well-being of the whole Gulf region. All the major global powers have significant interests in this area, and the pursuit of these interests adds further layers of division and conflict. This book goes to the heart of this issue, examining the critical modalities whereby the "Gulf Cold War" can be brought to an end. What is needed, the contributors argue, is the creation of a security community among the states of the Gulf. The processes through which this could be achieved are carefully examined. All those interested in the future and well-being of the Gulf region should give consideration to the perspectives advanced. This volume is based on a workshop held at the Gulf Research Meeting organized by the Gulf Research Center Cambridge in summer 2016.

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