The Gulf Cooperation Council: A Rising Power and Lessons for ASEAN
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2011 - Political Science - 60 pages
Seeking to draw out lessons applicable to ASEAN, this report looks at the structure and evolution of the GCC. This includes the context within which the Council was established, its rationale, and economic importance. It then follows the organization's development over time, paying particular importance to its progress from Customs Union and Common Market towards Monetary Union. The report then sets out the key challenges ahead for the Council, and concludes by highlighting the structural, organizational, and political lessons that resonate with ASEAN and its membership.
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Crosscurrents in the Gulf: Arab Regional and Global Interests
H. Richard Sindelar,John Peterson
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