Discord and disunity

Evans, Kathy
January 1997
Middle East;Jan97, Issue 263, p5
Focuses on the issues on Middle Eastern politics addressed at the 1997 meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council in Doha, Qatar. Questions on the beneficiaries of interests served by the council; Differences of the member's agenda indicated by conflicting reactions to the membership application of Yemen; Decision of Bahrain to boycott the summit to protest its dispute with Qatar over the Hawar islands.


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