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AdvisorWright, Steven
AuthorAl Subaey, Maha Khalid
Available date2017-11-22T12:50:31Z
Publication Date2017-06
IdentifierORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-9883-8925
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/5804
AbstractEnergy is considered as an important pillar in the establishment of international relations where it plays a heavy role in shaping the relations. In the light of this, an analysis of the Qatar-Japan relations will be studied through the case study of energy security along with the culture and diplomacy spectrum. The research aims to assess the bilateral relationship in terms of the projects and the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) trade and the further development in the energy sector. This will take into consideration the growing interdependence in the projects in different sectors: infrastructure, trade and cultural projects. Also, the direct involvement of the Qatari and Japanese societies in the relationship. The LNG trade along with view on the joint ventures and other types of contracts would be adopted to elaborate over the energy cooperation. The energy plays a significant role in the relationship and classifying it as an economically driven. Further more, the bilateral relationship is classified as complex interdependence approach’ that was supported by the theory of soft power.
Languageen
SubjectCulture
SubjectDiplomacy
SubjectHistory
SubjectJapan
SubjectQatar
SubjectPolitical science
SubjectEconomics
SubjectEnergy
TitleAn Analysis of the bilateral relations between Qatar and Japan : Case studies on Energy, Culture and Diplomacy
TypeMaster Thesis
DepartmentGulf Studies


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