Sailing Without an Anchor: Contemporary Determinants of US Policy in the Gulf

Sailing Without an Anchor: Contemporary Determinants of US Policy in the Gulf

  • 11 June 2000

This presentation stressed that Iran, Iran and Turkey, though interested in pursuing national interests in the Gulf, have yet to formulate a coordinated strategic vision for Gulf security. Any attempt to forge an alliance between the three countries seems a premature endeavor. They prefer to pursue their strategic objectives either unilaterally or through bilateral interaction, notwithstanding certain areas of concern, particularly the question relating to Iraq’s fate in the foreseeable future.

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Sunday 11 June 2000

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Sunday 11 June 2000

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