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Power and Politics in the Persian Gulf Monarchies

Chatham House, London

Participants

Dr Kristian Ulrichsen, Research Fellow, LSE 
Dr Marc Valeri, Lecturer in Political Economy of the Middle East, University of Exeter
Chair: Dr Christopher Davidson, Reader in Middle East Politics, Durham University and Editor, Power and Politics in the Persian Gulf Monarchies

Overview

In command of the world's largest hydrocarbon reserves, the six monarchies comprising the Gulf Cooperation Council - Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates - play a pivotal role in Middle Eastern and global politics. This event will launch Power and Politics in the Persian Gulf Monarchies (C Hurst & Co Publishers Ltd), which combines comprehensive analyses of the six states, examining their historical backgrounds, political structures, economies and future prospects.

Attendance is by invitation only.