US Policy in the Gulf Region

US Policy in the Gulf Region

  • 25 February 1997

Most political and military analyzes of the situation
in the Gulf focus on US foreign policy and military
presence in the region.
The speaker noted that over time US security
policy in the Gulf has been characterized by two
elements: a practical sense of how the policy will
address the problem at hand, and a vision of what a
more stable region would look like if the policy were
fully and successfully carried out. He concluded that
the second Clinton administration was likely to be
more forceful internationally and would certainly
address the first element of Gulf policy – practically
dealing with the issues at hand – quite well.

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Tuesday 25 February 1997

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Tuesday 25 February 1997

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