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by Nozar Alaolmolki

Free eBook Struggle for Dominance in the Persian Gulf: Past, Present and Future Prospects (American University Studies) download ISBN: 0820415901
Author: Nozar Alaolmolki
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (September 1, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 322
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Subcategory: Humanities
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The Persian Gulf region, with three-quarters of the world's oil reserves, has assumed increasing significance in global politics during the past several decades. This importance was reflected in 1987 in the deployment of American, Soviet, and Western European naval forces during the -Tanker War-, and most recently in August 1990, the massive deployment of American military The Persian Gulf region, with three-quarters of the world's oil reserves, has assumed increasing significance in global politics during the past several decades. Lists with This Book.

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The Persian Gulf frames the relationship between Iran and the Arab littoral states, for through it flow vast quantities of oil upon .

The Persian Gulf frames the relationship between Iran and the Arab littoral states, for through it flow vast quantities of oil upon which their economies, indeed all national economies in varying. See, for example, Nozar Alaolmolki, Struggle for Dominance in the Persian Gulf: Past, Present and Future Prospects (New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, In. 1991) 179–80. Singh, Iran: Quest for Security (New Delhi: Vikas House Publishing, 1980) 137–51.

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Nozar Alaolmolki, Struggle for Dominance in the Persian Gulf: Past, Present and Future Prospects, Series 10, Political Science, vol. 31 (New York: Peter Lang, 1991). 28 Among many experts noting the impossibilities of exercising an American military operation in Iran in the short run, James Carafano and others, from the Heritage Foundation, pointed out that the possibility of a military operation by the . government against Iran carries many potential risks for Pentagon and the White House.

Struggle for Dominance in the Persian Gulf: Past, Present and Future Prospects. In the second work, Alaolmolki takes a broader perspective by surveying the history, social composition, economy, and foreign policies of all eight Gulf littoral states

Struggle for Dominance in the Persian Gulf: Past, Present and Future Prospects. New York: Peter Lang, 1991. and . The Persian Gulf Region in the Twenty First Century: Stability and Change. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1996 In the second work, Alaolmolki takes a broader perspective by surveying the history, social composition, economy, and foreign policies of all eight Gulf littoral states. Alshayeji, Abdullah K. Stability in the Gulf Region: Clash of Visions. Iranian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 8, No. 2 (Summer 1996), pp. 320-352.

Nozar Alaolmolki is Professor of Political Science at Hiram College. He is the author of The Persian Gulf Region in the Twenty-First Century: Stability and Change and Struggle for Dominance in the Persian Gulf: Past, Present, and Future Prospects. Bibliographic information. Life After the Soviet Union: The Newly Independent Republics of the Transcaucasus and Central Asia SUNY series in Global Politics.

Glenn P. Hastedt is professor of political science and justice studies at James Madison University where he teaches courses on.Interesting look into the problems of American foreign policy and what should be done in the future. Hastedt is professor of political science and justice studies at James Madison University where he teaches courses on American foreign policy and international relations.

past, present, and future prospects. Published 1991 by P. Lang in New York American university studies. v. 31. Classifications. Lang in New York. Foreign relations, Politics and government, Strategic aspects, Strategic aspects of Iran. American university studies.

The Persian Gulf region, with three-quarters of the world's oil reserves, has assumed increasing significance in global politics during the past several decades. This importance was reflected in 1987 in the deployment of American, Soviet, and Western European naval forces during the «Tanker War», and most recently in August 1990, the massive deployment of American military forces in addition to British and French and other European naval fleets, in response to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.Iran as a regional power in the 1970s and the establishment of the Islamic Republic and its ensuing behavior, are studied within the context of regional struggles by states that aspire to achieve a regional dominant role. Theoretical criteria are used to analyze the status of regional dominant states.