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Arab states of the Lower Gulf

John Duke Anthony

Arab states of the Lower Gulf

people, politics, petroleum

by John Duke Anthony

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Published by Middle East Institute in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Persian Gulf States.,
  • Persian Gulf States -- Politics and government.,
  • United Arab Emirates.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Duke Anthony.
    SeriesJames Terry Duce memorial series -- v. 3., James Terry Duce memorial series -- v. 3.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS247.A13 A67
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 273 p. :
    Number of Pages273
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17758722M

    As Anthony Cordesman points out, "The U.S. has transferred $ billion worth of new arms deliveries between out of total Arab Gulf orders of $ billion, (65 percent) and now has over $70 billion worth of new orders in delivery in the pipeline, many of which will give Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other Arab Gulf states some of the.   The six Arab states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) play an increasingly prominent role in the global economy and throughout the broader Middle East region. This book analyzes the recent development of Gulf capitalism through the aftermath of the economic crisis/5(3).

      Starting in the s, though – and linked to the rise of nationalism – states on the Arab side began calling it the "Arabian Gulf" (al-Khaleej al-Arabi in Arabic). This presents a dilemma for. The Gulf constitutes the “immediate” neighborhood of India separated only by the Arabian Sea. India, therefore, has a vital stake in the stability, security and economic well-being of the Gulf. As a group, the GCC has been increasingly determining the economic, political, and security policies of its member States.

    The Middle East is a transcontinental region which generally includes Western Asia (except for Transcaucasia), all of Egypt (mostly in North Africa), and Turkey (partly in Europe).The term has come into wider usage as a replacement of the term Near East (as opposed to the Far East) beginning in the early 20th broader concept of the "Greater Middle East" (or Middle East and North. fast facts Business Summary Provides courses in coordination, cooperation and integration among arab gulf states in the fields of education, culture and science; creates an educational system for all members gulf states. Through its main subsidiaries; it provides courses in arabic language. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Government Established In Primary Sector.


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The Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS) is an intergovernmental regional organization working within its seven member states, (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Yemen, Kuwait, Sultanate of Oman and Qatar), to promote cooperation and coordination in the fields of culture, education, science, information and documentation.

But, as the authors of this book argue very persuasively, by importing a ‘baroque arsenal’ of increasingly sophisticated and costly educational programmes, the Arab Gulf States consume other countries’ knowledge and products, all of which are of declining utility and sustainability.

Note: Wikipedia lists the Palestinian Authority—an administrative organization which governs parts of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip—as an Arab rly, UNESCO lists Palestine as one of the Arab states and the State of Palestine is a member of the Arab League.

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