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Gulf yearbook

Publisher: Gulf Research Center Language: EnglishDescription: Graphs ; 26 cm.Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical referencesHoldings: AD: 2006 ; DO: 2006-2008
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Book Europe Campus
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Print REF400.21 .A G85 2006-07
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001235187
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Book Europe Campus
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Print REF400.21 .A G85 2008-09
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Includes bibliographical references

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Gulf Yearbook 2006-2007 Table of Contents Foreword Abdulaziz O. Sager 13 Introduction: The Gulf in Review 2006 Gulf Research Center 15 Section One: Domestic Political Developments in the GCC States 1. Internal Political Developments in the GCC States: An Overview Dr. Hasanain Tawfiq Ibrahim 2. Legislative Elections in the Kingdom of Bahrain Yousef Al Binkhalil 3. Parliamentary Elections in Kuwait Dr. Ghanim Al-Najjar 4. Legislative Elections in the UAE Dr. Mohamed Salem Al-Mazroui 87 77 65 25 Section Two: Economic Developments in the GCC States 1. The GCC Economies in 2006: An Overview Dr. Eckart Woertz 2. The GCC Oil Sector Market Developments Dr. Bassam Fattouh 3. The GCC Refining and Petrochemical Sectors Prof. Giacomo Luciani 4. The GCC Aluminum Sector and Other Heavy Industries James Plasman 129 101 149 171 5. Strategic Foreign Investments of GCC Countries Dr. John Sfakianakis and Dr. Eckart Woertz 6. Redefining Labor Market Rules Dr. N. Janardhan 185 199 Section Three: Security and Defense Issues in the Gulf 1. Security and Terrorism 2006 Dr. Mustafa Alani 2. Defense Affairs Brig. (Retd.) Musa Al-Qallab 3. The Iranian Nuclear Crisis: Prospects and Scenarios Dr. Bruno Tertrais 4. Russian Policy and the Iranian Nuclear Dossier Dr. Andrei Zagorski 5. The Role of the United Nations in Counterterrorism Jean-Paul Laborde and Danil Kerimi 6. Catalyst and Constraint: Facilitation and Limitation of US-GCC Counterterrorism Cooperation in International Law Tyler Rauert, J.D. 7. Responding to Terrorist Threats: Perspectives from Saudi Arabia and Pakistan Dr. Syed Rifaat Hussain 217 243 271 279 289 307 317 Section Four: The Foreign Relations of the Gulf Region 1. The Gulf and the International System in 2006 Dr. Christian Koch 2. US-GCC Relations Dr. John Duke Anthony 3. Europe-Gulf Relations: An Economic Inevitability and a Regional Necessity Haila Hamad Al-Mekaimi, Ph.D. 337 357 373 4. Gulf-Asia Ties: Time to Convert East-East Opportunity into Strategy Dr. N. Janardhan 5. Trends in ASEAN-GCC Economic Relations H.E. Ong Keng Yong 383 397 Section Five: Iran, Iraq and Yemen: Domestic Developments and Foreign Relations 1. Iran Post-Détente? Prof. Anoush Ehteshami 2. The Re-Emergence of Iranian Petro-Populism Dr. Robert Looney 3. Developments in Iraq Dr. Mohammed Jawad Ali 4. Developments in Yemen Dr. Abdel Kareem Sallam 447 429 417 407 Section Six: Environmental Issues in the Gulf State of the Environment in GCC Countries: Assessment of Year 2006 and Outlook for 2007 Dr. Mohamed Abdel Raouf Abdel Hamid 461 Appendix: Gulf Timelines 2006 Notes on Contributors GRC Publications 485 525 533

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