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on the wealthy region has proliferated. To this end, he develops four.
PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Gerd Nonneman and others published The Arab Gulf states: beyond oil and . International Affairs 86: 5, 2010.
PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Gerd Nonneman and others published The Arab Gulf states: beyond oil and Islam by Sean Foley. of the Gulf: Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Oman. He does so in a series of highly readable thematic chapters.
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This book by Sean Foley provides a new Downloaded by at 03:17 19 July 2013 look at the region’s history from about 1920 until the present. The deliberate focus on factors other than oil and Islam means that some important phenomena are given less attention than a general textbook on Gulf history would require. These phenomena also include the religious revivalism, or sahwah, that started in Saudi Arabia in the 1960s.
The Arab Gulf States book. It is these complex issues, Foley shows us, that are at the forefront as the Arab Gulf states grapple with the challenges of both modernity and money.
Sean Foley is professor of history at Middle Tennessee State University. The Emergence of the Modern Gulf,1930-1981. Globalization, Wars, and a Telecommunications Revolution. When Only Women Will Work.
His first book, The Arab Gulf States: Beyond Oil and Islam, was published in 2010 by Lynne Rienner Press and has . The Gulf and the Arab Spring: An American’s Perspective.
The Gulf and the Arab Spring: An American’s Perspective. Paper presented to the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Institute of Diplomatic Studies, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, June 2013.
The Arab Gulf States Institute is a Washington, . based think tank dedicated to covering the "social, economic, and political diversity of the Arab Gulf states. Ambassador Frank G. Wisner is Chairman of the Board of the Institute. Several contributors produce long and short-term strategic papers on issues of concerning the Gulf states, and their relationship with the United States and each other.