US Foreign Policy

Gulf Security

Examining traditional and non-traditional security issues impacting the Gulf states and their neighbors
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Project Info

The Gulf Security project examines conducts research and analysis on Iran’s nuclear activities and emergence as a regional power, Iraq’s ongoing reintegration into the region’s economic and political architecture, and the security roles of key regional organizations such as the Gulf Cooperation Council. The majority of our research is done in the region using interviews, structured dialogue, and surveys to develop deep understanding of complex issues at play. We also host workshops and conversations to develop policy ideas for regional countries and for outside actors, including the United States. Large public events are intended to provide forums for diverse perspectives, highlight voices from the Middle East, and disseminate findings from our research.

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