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International institutions of the Middle East : the GCC, Arab League, and Arab Maghreb Union / James Worrall.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
xiii, 191 pages ; 23 cm.
League of Arab States
Gulf Cooperation Council
Arab Maghreb Union
Politics and government
Global institutions series
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"This volume...[provides an overview of] the major regional international organizations of the Middle East. Analysing the Arab League, the Gulf Cooperation Council, and the Arab-Maghreb Union..., it explores their successes and failures across their full range of activities (economic, social, and political), while contextualising the reasons why many consider that these organizations have stalled. The book: assesses the reasons why IOs in the Middle East are under-developed relative to neighbouring regional organizations; explores their history, evolution, and structure, while considering the successes and failures of each IO; analyses the reasons for the specific difficulties faced by each organization through the context of intra-regional relations; develops a new framework for analysing the forces that have shaped these bodies and challenges the existing narrative that largely ignores the achievements and prospects of the organizations; and considers the likely impact of the Arab Spring upon the future development of these frequently overlooked regional international organizations."-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Context and framework -- The Arab League : structure and evolution -- The Arab League : peace and security -- The Arab League : economic, social, and cultural cooperation -- The Arab League : problems and prospects -- The Gulf Cooperation Council : structure and evolution -- The Gulf Cooperation Council : security, peace, and defense -- The Gulf Cooperation Council : economic, social, and cultural cooperation -- The Gulf Cooperation Council : problems and prospects -- The Arab Maghreb Union -- The Arab League, Gulf Cooperation Council, and the Arab Spring -- Conclusion.
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