The Gulf Cooperation Council Project

The Gulf Cooperation Council Project


256 Pages


In this book, the economist Kambiz Zare throws new light on one of the most discussed international economic integration projects of our time - that of the Gulf Cooperation Council. To explain why its success has been uneven, the author examines the feasibility of the GCC project from today's perspective, contrasting the evolving economic and financial circumstances in the six countries with the conditions that are necessary for regional integration to be achieved. By focusing on the GCC's first 35 years, from 1981 to 2016, the book offers a firm groundwork for understanding the ongoing dynamics of the GCC region.



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in înance and înancial risk, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa region. With degrees from the City University of New York and Università degli Studi di Parma in Italy, he earned his Ph.D. in international relations and diplomacy Diplomatiques et Stratégiques in Paris.
A professional training institute for diplomats, international civil servants, military ofîcials and managers, the Centre d’Études Diplomatiques et Stratégiques (CEDS) – the Center for Diplomatic and Strategic Studies – has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council and has trained, since 1985, leaders and executives of more than one hundred twenty nationalities.
Kambiz Zare
THE GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL PROJECT 1981-2016 The elusive potential for economic gain through regional integration
The elusive potential for economic gain through regional integration
“Diplomacy and Strategy” English Series Directors: Fouad Nohra and Michael J. Strauss Diplomacy and Strategy is a collection initiated by the academic directorate of the Centre d’Etudes Diplomatiques et Stratégiques to promote the outstanding scientific work presented by Ph.D. graduates, professors and researchers. The scope of subjects covered is as wide as international relations itself, encompassing disciplines such as political science, economic science, international law and sociology. Other titles ZERMOUNI Hakim,Smart Power in Barack Obama’s Foreign Policy. A Systemic Approach to Diplomacy with the Gulf Cooperation Council, 2016. CARTA Gianni,Berlusconi and the Power of Television: 2008-11, 2016. SADIA Antoine, Democratic Governance and Foreign Aid in Sub-Saharan Africa,2013. Alena F. DOUHAN,Regional Mechanisms of Collective Security. The New Face of Chapter VIII of the UN Charter?, 2013. SOLVIT Samuel,Dimensions of War. Understanding War as a Complex Adaptive System, 2012. DUQUESNE Isabelle,Nepal, Zone of Peace. A Revised Concept for the Constitution, 2011. STRAUSS Michael J.,The Viability of Territorial Leases in Resolving International Sovereignty Disputes,2010.
Kambiz ZARE
The elusive potential foreconomic gain through regionalintegration
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