Tim Niblock



Asia-Gulf Economic Relations in the 21st Century

The Local to Global Transformation
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Edité par Monica Malik
Edité par Tim Niblock
Editeur Gerlach Press, Gerlach Press
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Asia constitutes the hub of the transformation of global economic power today. The Gulf, itself part of Asia, is of increasing importance in this transformation. This book documents the growing interactions between the economies of the Gulf states and those of the rest of Asia. These relationships are critical to how the world economy develops over the next decade, and how economic (and perhaps strategic) power is distributed.


Conflict Resolution and Creation of a Security Community in the Gulf Region

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Edité par Talmiz Ahmad
Edité par Degang Sun
Edité par Tim Niblock
Editeur Gerlach Press, Gerlach Press
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The bitter confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran is not only stoking conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, but now threatens the stability, security and well-being of the whole Gulf region. All the major global powers have significant interests in this area, and the pursuit of these interests adds further layers of division and conflict. This book goes to the heart of this issue, examining the critical modalities whereby the "Gulf Cold War" can be brought to an end. What is needed, the co ...


Security Dynamics of East Asia in the Gulf Region

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Edité par Yang Guang
Edité par Tim Niblock
Editeur Gerlach Press, Gerlach Press
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The Gulf region’s primary economic relationships are rapidly shifting from West to East. Relations with China, Japan and South Korea are becoming increasingly strategic in nature: based on a degree of mutual dependence far greater than is present in Gulf- Western relations. The balance of global politics will be critically affected by this powerful emerging relationship. This book provides documentation of the trend and examines some of the political and strategic issues which follow from it. ...


The arab states of the gulf and BRICS

New strategic partnerships in geopolitics and economics
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Edité par Degang Sun
Edité par Alejandra Galindo
Edité par Tim Niblock
Editeur Gerlach Press, Gerlach Press
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How the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) relates to BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) is, in the light of the growing strength and importance of this organisation and the countries which comprise it, of critical importance. The GCC countries have fast-growing economies, and they share some of the attributes and concerns of BRICS countries. The issue is not simply how the GCC countries handle their relations with the individual BRICS countries, but more importantly how they ...


The gulf states, asia and the indian ocean: ensuring the security of the sea lanes

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Edité par Talmiz Ahmad
Edité par Degang Sun
Edité par Tim Niblock
Editeur Gerlach Press, Gerlach Press
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Among the many strategic and economic issues facing the Gulf in the coming years, those relating to the Indian Ocean are set to be among the most challenging. In the re-ordering of global economic and political power which is currently underway, the Indian Ocean constitutes a key arena for regional and global competition and rivalry. With the leading Asian powers playing a more pro-active role in the region, sometimes with conflicting ambitions, and the United States intent on maintaining its ...


The United States and the Gulf

Shifting Pressures, Strategies and Alignments
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Edité par Steven Hook
Edité par Tim Niblock
Editeur Gerlach Press, Gerlach Press
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Gulf region’s relations with the outside world are changing radically. The Gulf’s major trading partners are now no longer predominantly Western. China, in particular, now has a significant stake and highly critical interests in the region. The United States still dominates the security field, yet its Gulf allies have come to doubt the strength of US commitment. Meanwhile the Arab monarchies of the Gulf are struggling to cope with multiple divisions, problems and threats: the radical forces o ...