Bridging the Gulf with Iraq (Op-Med Briefs)

Bridging the Gulf with Iraq (Op-Med Briefs)

Eman Ragab / Dec 06, 2019

Bridging the Gulf with Iraq Op Med Briefs The withdrawal of U S troops from Iraq prompted Iraq to redefine its post war relations with key countries namely those of the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC Iran Turkey and Egypt and try to recla

  • Title: Bridging the Gulf with Iraq (Op-Med Briefs)
  • Author: Eman Ragab
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  • Page: 468
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  • The withdrawal of U.S troops from Iraq prompted Iraq to redefine its post war relations with key countries, namely those of the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC , Iran, Turkey, and Egypt, and try to reclaim the leading regional role that the country played during the Saddam Hussein era The process of regional activism is complicated when it comes to the GCC countries The GThe withdrawal of U.S troops from Iraq prompted Iraq to redefine its post war relations with key countries, namely those of the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC , Iran, Turkey, and Egypt, and try to reclaim the leading regional role that the country played during the Saddam Hussein era The process of regional activism is complicated when it comes to the GCC countries The GCC countries welcomed the 2003 invasion since it would remove their enemy, Saddam Hussein, but they soon realized it had created a power vacuum that was filled by Iran, their traditional rival They have not yet developed a strategy for collective or bilateral engagement with Iraq.

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