Edited by: Tim Niblock and Yang Guang
Publisher: Gerlach Press
Published year: 2013
The Gulf region’s primary economic relationships are rapidly shifting from West to East. Relations with China, Japan and South
Korea are becoming increasingly strategic in nature: based on a degree of mutual dependence far greater than is present in GulfWestern relations. The balance of global politics will be critically affected by this powerful emerging relationship. This book provides
documentation of the trend and examines some of the political and strategic issues which follow from it.