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"The Persian Gulf: Tradition and Transformation" is a special double issue of the Headline Series (Nos. 333-334) that navigates the history of the Persian Gulf and looks to the region’s evolving prospects for the future. Potter explores critical issues facing U.S. foreign policy decisionmakers in the region, especially in Iran and Iraq. Illustrated and featuring an extensi "The Persian Gulf: Tradition and Transformation" is a special double issue of the Headline Series (Nos. 333-334) that navigates the history of the Persian Gulf and looks to the region’s evolving prospects for the future. Potter explores critical issues facing U.S. foreign policy decisionmakers in the region, especially in Iran and Iraq. Illustrated and featuring an extensive annotated reading list, discussion questions and three maps, this issue of the Headline Series is a valuable resource for scholars and students of the Persian Gulf. With over 3 million issues printed and a roster of 330 authors since 1935, the Foreign Policy Association’s Headline Series is a who’s who of foreign policy experts and leading journalists. Each issue of the Headline Series is devoted to a single geographic area or topic of urgent global concern. These inexpensive, succinct and well-researched books demystify the complexities of international affairs.


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"The Persian Gulf: Tradition and Transformation" is a special double issue of the Headline Series (Nos. 333-334) that navigates the history of the Persian Gulf and looks to the region’s evolving prospects for the future. Potter explores critical issues facing U.S. foreign policy decisionmakers in the region, especially in Iran and Iraq. Illustrated and featuring an extensi "The Persian Gulf: Tradition and Transformation" is a special double issue of the Headline Series (Nos. 333-334) that navigates the history of the Persian Gulf and looks to the region’s evolving prospects for the future. Potter explores critical issues facing U.S. foreign policy decisionmakers in the region, especially in Iran and Iraq. Illustrated and featuring an extensive annotated reading list, discussion questions and three maps, this issue of the Headline Series is a valuable resource for scholars and students of the Persian Gulf. With over 3 million issues printed and a roster of 330 authors since 1935, the Foreign Policy Association’s Headline Series is a who’s who of foreign policy experts and leading journalists. Each issue of the Headline Series is devoted to a single geographic area or topic of urgent global concern. These inexpensive, succinct and well-researched books demystify the complexities of international affairs.

11 review for The Persian Gulf: Tradition and Transformation

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Bohl

    Fine for its time, but out of date now I would have loved this book in 2011, but its projections only make sense from that year. Either a new edition needs to include the Iranian nuclear deal and the rise of the Islamic State or a whole new book needs to come along.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Ameen

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