Border Issues in the Arab Gulf Region: Causes, Realities, and Future Challenges

Border Issues in the Arab Gulf Region: Causes, Realities, and Future Challenges

  • 17 October 2000

Political borders in the Arab Peninsula were drawn during the British colonization. Britain’s success in thwarting the Damascus Pact Project proclaimed by Arab leaders enabled the colonizer to draw political borders and create colonial entities to prevent Arab unity. Border disputes in the Arab Gulf region and the resulting political and social effects were examined. The speaker also highlighted the related challenges and their impact on regional stability, and collective Arab national security. He also proposed mechanism for tackling such border disputes.

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Tuesday 17 October 2000

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Tuesday 17 October 2000

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