Oil and Water: Co-Operative Security in the Persian Gulf
Bloomsbury Academic, Apr 12, 2001 - Political Science - 352 pages
Oil and water are at the heart of the geopolitics of the Gulf. This study covers regional and international security in the post-Cold war era with a powerful theoretical basis.
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