GCC: lives to fight another day

Darwish, Adel
February 2003
Middle East;Feb2003, Issue 331, p16
Reports on the 23rd Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit held in Doha, Qatar in December 2002. Purpose for which GCC was formed; Members of the council who did not participate in the summit; Differences between Saudi Arabia and Qatar revealed at the summit; Resolutions passed by the council at the summit.


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