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Volume :26 Issue : 1 1998      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Auther : Abdulkhaleq Abdullah

Yemen GCC Relations reached their lowest point following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait on August 2, 1990.More than seven year later; the relations are still full of tension, suspicion and mutual mistrust. Meanwhile, both sides are working hard to reconstruct a new relationship. Attempts at normalization are well underway between Yemen and most of GCC states including Kuwait. Yemen Surprisingly applied for membership in the largely excusive GCC. This paper deals with the current phase of the Yemen-GCC Relationship. It maintains that while Yemen-GCC Relations are steadily progressing, they have not and most likely will not return to their preAugust 2,1990 level. Both sides need to learn from past mistakes. They also have to deal with new regional and international realities. Most important, both need to be more realistic and certainly less sentimental their future dealings with each other. Yemen has to fully understand its regional responsibilities. The GCC states are well advised to refrain from their traditional interference in the internal affairs of Yemen


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