Bridging a Gulf: Peace-Building in West Asia
I.B.Tauris, Apr 19, 2003 - Political Science - 252 pages
From 1980 to the present, two bloody wars and the possibility of a third have characterized the Persian Gulf region. Emerging from a series of meetings of the International Commission for Security and Cooperation in West Asia, this volume consists of contributions from noted scholars and diplomats searching for the peaceful settlement of regional disputes and the establishment of a durable security regime. Peace scholars from Iran, Iraq and Kuwait edit the volume – the three countries that were at war in 1980-88 and 1990-91.
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