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by Lawrence G. Potter,Gary G. Sick

  • ISBN: 0312239505
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  • Author: Lawrence G. Potter,Gary G. Sick
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2002 edition (March 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 288 pages
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Gary G. Sick is Executive Director of the Gulf/2000 Project at Columbia University, where he is also Adjunct Professor of International Affairs. He formerly served on the US National Security Council.

Gary G. This book along with "The Persian Gulf At the Millennium" was required reading for a class I took on persian gulf politics. It was developed out of the same project (Gulf/2000 project) as Millennium but it is somewhat more up to date (by five years). Like Millennium, it is a collection of essays from experts in the field except this book includes more scholars who are actually from the region.

This book is a follow-up volume to the acclaimed The Persian Gulf at the Millennium . A Regional Security System in the Persian Gulf.

This book is a follow-up volume to the acclaimed The Persian Gulf at the Millennium: Essays in Politics, Economy, Security and Religion, published by St. Martin's Press in 1997. GARY G. He formerly served on the . National Security Council as the principal White House aide for Persian Gulf Affairs from 1976 to 1981.

This book is a follow-up volume to the acclaimed The Persian Gulf at the Millennium: Essays in Politics . The chapters profile the diverse society in the Gulf and the historical pattern of Gulf security, before focusing on current security concerns between Iran and the Arab states.

This paper studies the consistency and consensus models with local adjustment strategy for hesitant fuzzy linguistic preference relations (HFLPRs).

Analyses of US post-Cold War foreign policy in the Persian Gulf symbolize realism's new found concern with foreign policy analysis. Prominent realists attribute specific policies to domestic concerns and how they have dominated policymaking in the era of US primacy. Although convincing, this perspective is not comprehensive. This paper studies the consistency and consensus models with local adjustment strategy for hesitant fuzzy linguistic preference relations (HFLPRs). A consistency and consensus reaching model with local adjustment strategy is devised.

The Historical Pattern of Gulf Security . Peterson The Gulf's Ethnic Diversity: An Evolutionary History . zady The Erosion of Consensus: Perceptions of GCC States of a Changing Region . Karawan The Regional Security System in the Persian Gulf . otfian On the Persian Gulf Islands: An Iranian Perspective . oshandel The Islands Question: An Arabian Perspective . l-Alkim.

This book, like its predecessor, The Persian Gulf at the Millennium, is a solid study. Here the majority of the contributors are scholars from the Persian Gulf region, and the organizing theme of security is addressed largely from the perspective of those states and peoples. The 12 chapters include three sets of matching contributions: Iranian perceptions of the Gulf. This book, like its predecessor, The Persian Gulf at the Millennium, is a solid study.

Lawrence G. Potter, ed. (2009). The Persian Gulf in History. Lawrence G. (2014). Sectarian Politics in the Persian Gulf. Potter is Deputy Director of Gulf/2000 and has been teaching at Columbia University, USA, since 1996, where he is Adjunct Associate Professor of International Affairs.

Volume 3, Iran, Iraq, and the Legacies of War, ed. Potter and Gary G. Sick (2004). policy toward the region.

People: POTTER, Lawrence . SICK, Gary G. Добавить в избранное. Источник: Middle East. Dec2001, Issue 318, p40.

This book is a follow-up volume to the editors' acclaimed The Persian Gulf at the Millennium: Essays in Politics, Economy, Security and Religion. The editors have assembled a number of leading experts on the Persian Gulf to reflect on factors affecting security there in the 21st century. Most contributors are from the region itself and for the first time share the results of ongoing research with an outside audience. The chapters profile the diverse society in the Gulf and the historical pattern of Gulf security before focusing on current security concerns between Iran and the Arab states. They explore the mutual perceptions of the peoples of the Gulf today and the role of the new generation in shaping its future.

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