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Security arrangements in the Persian Gulf
Mahboubeh F. Sadeghinia
The strategic and economic characteristics of the Persian Gulf have made it of critical importance to all the states bordering its coastline, as well as the entire world"s economy and political life. Its significant geopolitical situation, in addition to its dominant position as an energy source and gateway for global energy, has caused the Gulf to be a worthy rival to outside powers, particularly those in the West, while also being amongst the most unstable and chaotic of any world regions. This book examines the reasons for the failure of security models in the Persian Gulf. It offers a new model that addresses the need for a stable and peaceful structure of relationships, provides security for all individual littoral states, and assures the interests of the external powers. To this end, the book analyzes the various security models adopted in this vitally important geopolitical region since 1962 with special reference to Iran"s foreign policy. Particular reference has been made to Iran because of its geostrategic and geopolitical situation and its role as the hegemonic power in the Persian Gulf. Indeed, regardless of its political regimes, Iran has significant national security concerns and plays a determinant role in the overall peace and security of the region.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Mahboubeh F. Sadeghinia|
|Series||Durham Middle East studies series|
|LC Classifications||HD9502.P35 S33 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xl, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||2011291023|
Any security arrangement in the Persian Gulf needs to be endorsed by all stakeholders, including Iran, and be administered by the UN. Tasnim: It came after former British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt recently unveiled plans for a European-led naval mission, which he said would be aimed at ensuring safe shipping through the Strait of Hormuz. The Iranian nuclear agreement presents an opportunity to take a first step toward creating a new security order in the Gulf, one that could improve relations between Iran and the Gulf Arab states and facilitate a lessening of the U.S. military commitment.
This study presents the story of successes and failures of the treatment of security matters pertaining to territorial and boundary affairs in the maritime areas of the Persian Gulf, and at the same time provides an example of the impact of territoriality on world-wide maritime s: 1. Pan American World Airways, which lost a jet with aboard from a terrorist bomb two years ago, has refused to carry any Iraqi passengers since the Persian Gulf war broke out last week.
Security Arrangements in the Persian Gulf. Mahboubeh Sadeghinia. Reading, MA: Ithaca Press, p. $ ISBN: Ever since the United Kingdom pulled its armed forces out of the Gulf in , policymakers and scholars alike have been wrestling with the question of what kind of institutional arrangement might promote security in this pivotal corner of the . Book TV Weekends on C-SPAN2; Persian Gulf War. Issues he considered included America’s expanding war objectives, the need for post-war security arrangements, the possibility of a Middle.
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This book examines the reasons for the failure of security models in the Persian Gulf. It offers a new model that addresses the need for a stable and peaceful structure of relationships, provides security for all individual littoral states, and assures the interests of the external powers.
The objective of this book is to understand the reasons for the failure of security models in the Persian Gulf and to provide a new model that addresses the need for a stable and peaceful structure of relationships, provides security for all individual littoral states, and also assures the Brand: Garnet Publishing (UK) Ltd.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: US security arrangements in the Persian Gulf. [Washington, D.C.?]: Bureau of Public Affairs, Dept. of State, . The objective of this book is to understand the reasons for the failure of security models in the Persian Gulf and to provide a new model that addresses the need for a stable and peaceful structure of relationships, provides security for all individual littoral states, and also assures the.
Security in the Persian Gulf requires regional as well as international cooperation. This book explains why it cannot be achieved solely by. Since the chances of regional cooperation are far greater in the Persian Gulf sub-area than in the Arab-Israeli zone of the Middle East, the Persian Gulf model of indigenous security arrangements could be expanded subsequently to include the other interested states, including Israel, when the Arab-Israeli conflict is satisfactorily resolved Security of the Persian Gulf region has been confronted many challenges during the history because of the geopolitical and geo-economical role of this region for western countries and superpowers especially after the occurrence of the Islamic Revolution in Iran in Objective of this paper is to discus and evaluate the challenges of the regional security arrangements by the US in the.
For nearly seven decades, oil-for-security has been the basis of security arrangement in the Persian Gulf region. Based on this strategy, the Arabian states of the region, including Saudi Arabia as the Number 1 oil exporter in the world, have been meeting the US crude oil needs and the US, in turn, have been providing security in the region.
Locating the Persian Gulf littoral with reference to India is an exercise in geography and history. The distance from Mumbai to Basra is 1, nautical miles and Bander Abbas and Dubai are in. Putin also proposed to agree at the summit on parameters of joint work in order to facilitate the formation of reliable mechanisms for ensuring security and building confidence in the Persian Gulf.
Putin proposes urgent 7-state online summit on Iran, Persian Gulf By News Desk 1 Published: 15th August am IST Moscow, Aug Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed holding an urgent online meeting of the heads of the five states that are permanent members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) with the participation of the leaders of.
In today’s turbulent Persian Gulf, geopolitical and geostrategic discord and rivalry have the upper hands. The idea of collective security, floated by Russia and backed by China, appears to be a lofty but unrealistic objective that is at best a distant dream, dwarfed at present by the rapidly escalating tensions between Iran on the one hand.
Security Arrangements in the Persian Gulf: With Special Reference to Iran's Foreign Policy by Mahbouhbeh Sadeghinia, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble® The strategic and economic characteristics of the Persian Gulf have made it of critical importance to all the states bordering its coastline, as well asPages: Putin proposes urgent 7-state online summit on Iran, Persian Gulf Xinhua, Saturday 15 Aug Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a cabinet meeting at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside.
Effective Security Arrangements Needed In Persian Gulf To Fight Terrorism – OpEd. November 5, which led to domination of its clear and unequivocal priorities across the Persian Gulf region.
Any security arrangement in the Persian Gulf needs to be endorsed by all stakeholders، including Iran، and be administered by the UN. Iranian Expert Debunks Lies in William Burns’ Book. Mahboubeh F.
Sadeghinia's new book, Security Arrangements in the Persian Gulf, aims to understand the reasons for the failure of Gulf security models and to provide a new model. To this end, Sadeghinia analyzes the various security models adopted in this highly important region sincewith special.
Dependent security arrangements, which were opposed by some other regional actors, including Iran, failed in less than two decades.
Therefore, despite the fact that former leader of al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, was eliminated, the new arrangements failed to uproot extremism in the region.
INTRODUCTION This paper is going to examine the role of Iran before and after Islamic revolution in the security arrangements of the Persian Gulf. With Britain's withdrawal from Persian Gulf area inthe U.S actively sought to establish a new security system to fill the power vacuum in the region.
This book is a follow-up volume to the acclaimed The Persian Gulf at the Millennium: Essays in Politics, Economy, Security and Religion, published by St. Martin's Press in The same editors, who direct the Gulf/ Project at Columbia University, have assembled a number of leading experts on the Persian Gulf to reflect on factors Reviews: 1.
Motor Tanker (M/T) Wila, a merchant vessel in international waters en-route to the UAE port of Khor Fakkan, in the Gulf of Oman, was boarded .Moscow, Aug 15 (IANS) Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed holding an urgent online meeting of the heads of the five states that are permanent members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) with the participation of the leaders of Germany and Iran to discuss Iran and the Persian Gulf situation.
“Should the leaders agree in principle [ ].