Book Name: Divided Gulf: The Anatomy of a Crisis
Author: Andreas Krieg
Publisher: Springer Singapore;Palgrave Macmillan
File size: 4 Mb
File format: PDF
This publication discusses the distinct essential measurements of the Qatar Crisis as an expansion that has fundamentally reshaped the nature of regional integration into the not too distant future. It symbolizes the very initial academic attempt to battle the most commonly propagated binary standpoint of this conflict. What is more, the book clarifies the Gulf Crisis in the circumstance of the transformation of the Gulf in the early 21st century, with new alliances and balances of power emerging.
At the middle of this publication establishes the question of the changing regional and international arrangement eased or possibly fuelled the 2017 Crisis, which it claims was only the most recent orgasm at a continuing disaster in the Gulf, which has been simmering since 2011 and is suspended in historical feuds that date back to the 1800s. While contextualizing the tragedy historically, the publication also tries to look beyond historical events to identify underlying patterns of identity safety in relation with state and nation building in the Gulf.