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Divided Gulf : the anatomy of a crisis

Author: Andreas Krieg
Publisher: Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019] ©2019
Series: Contemporary Gulf studies.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book discusses the various critical dimensions of the Qatar Crisis as a development that has fundamentally reshaped the nature of regional integration for the near future. It represents the first academic attempt to challenge the commonly propagated binary view of this conflict. Further, the book explains the Gulf Crisis in the context of the transformation of the Gulf in the early 21st century, with new  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andreas Krieg
ISBN: 9789811363146 9811363145
OCLC Number: 1088892299
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Glossary; Chapter 1 Introduction; Book Outline; The Context; Chapter 2 Perceptions and Divisions in Security and Defense Structures in Arab Gulf States; Introduction; Conceptualizing 'Security' in GCC States; 'Personalization' vs. 'Institutionalization' in Decision-Making; The Arab Spring and the End of Consensus; Regional Power Plays and the Qatar Crises; Conclusion; Chapter 3 Tribe and Tribalism: The Trojan Horse of GCC States?; Introduction; The Challenges of the National Identity Project The Revival of Tribalism in the Gulf CountriesRising Tribalism or Weakening States?; An Enemy Within?; Conclusion; Chapter 4 Bitter Brethren: Freud's Narcissism of Minor Differences and the Gulf Divide; Introduction; How Far Can You Hate Your Neighbours?; Narcissism of Minor Differences, Volatile Identities, and Narcissus; In a Sea of Narcissisms: The Gulf Crisis; Identities Engulfed by Instability; The Rise of the Narcissist Saviour; Conclusion; Chapter 5 The UAE, Qatar, and the Question of Political Islam; Introduction; Is It About Religion or Ideology?; Is It About Personalities? What About the Arab Spring?Qatar's Great Gamble; Conclusion; Chapter 6 The Weaponization of Narratives Amid the Gulf Crisis; Introduction; Two Opposing Worldviews; Hamad and the Creation of a Soft Power; MbZ and the Birth of a Fierce State; The Arab Spring: Revolution vs. Counterrevolution; Qatar: Action Against Authoritarianism; UAE: The Myth of Authoritarian Stability; From Soft Power Clashes to Offensive Information Warfare; Conclusion; Chapter 7 The Saudi Dimension: Understanding the Kingdom's Position in the Gulf Crisis; Introduction Deteriorating Saudi-Qatari Relations: From Local Tremor to Regional EarthquakeClash of Values or Interests?; Personality Politics; Influence of MbZ; MbZ's Regional Order; What's Driving Domestic Change?; Conclusion; Chapter 8 The "Trump Factor" in the Gulf Divide; Introduction; US-GCC Tensions Under Obama; Target: Qatar; The Trump Factor; Upheaval in the Trump Administration; Trump's Quick Shift on Qatar; Conclusion; Chapter 9 The Political Economy of the Gulf Divide; Introduction; Economic Resilience; Trade, Food Security, and Self-Sufficiency; Impact on Energy Trade Conclusion: Resilience and OpportunityChapter 10 The Future of the GCC Amid the Gulf Divide; Introduction; The Gulf Cooperation Council; The Gulf Crisis; The Effect of the Crisis on the GCC Integration Process; Bilateral Agreements-A Substitute?; Is an Arab NATO an Alternative?; Conclusion; Chapter 11 The Libyan Revolution Undone-The Conversation Will Not Be Televised; Introduction; From Riot to Revolution; From Coalition to Competition; The Race to Tripoli; A Competitive Transformation; Power in Libya-Between Influence and Control; The Love Story Behind Libya's Civil War
Series Title: Contemporary Gulf studies.
Responsibility: editor, Andreas Krieg.

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