The GulfBook - 1991
Defense policy makers from Britain and the Gulf analyze different aspects of British policy and its repercussions for Gulf security. Seeking to nurture defense and security dialogue, contributors examine both immediate and potential threats to Gulf security and underline the need for the Gulf countries to develop a greater range of consultative mechanisms. This book offers valuable perspectives on some of the more critical issues involved and provides interesting insight on the views held by prominent decision-makers, including Lord Robertson, General Sir Charles Guthrie, HH Sheikh Salman of Bahrain and HH Sheikh Salem of Kuwait.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Pbks., 1991, c 1990.
Edition: St. Martin's Pbk. ed.
Branch Call Number: FICTION Poyer
Characteristics: xxii, 442 p. : map ; 18 cm.