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How has the turbulence of the last three years affected security in the Gulf? Do new domestic, regional, or international trends fundamentally alter how the regimes, political movements, and people of the region grapple with challenges to their security? How new are these challenges, and how extraordinary the responses? What is gained, and what potentially distorted, by viewing these events through a security lens? Which assumptions in the academic literature about Gulf security have proven resilient, and which require rethinking? On March 9, 2014, POMEPS and Matteo Legrenzi at Ca’ Foscari University brought together more than a dozen scholars based in the Middle East, Europe, and the United States to Venice, Italy to look closely at the new – or not so new – questions about Gulf security.

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Lynch, Marc
GW Unit
GW Program on Extremism
Date Created
2014 March 25
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Extremism
Terrorism
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)
Counterterrorism
National Security
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Project on Middle East Political Science
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English
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https://scholarspace.library.gwu.edu/files/p2676v602

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