Qatari-US military relations: context, evolution and prospects
Military cooperation is one of the most intriguing dimensions of the Qatari-US relationship. It has progressively evolved, driven by a changing geopolitical landscape and security threats in the Middle East. In fact, it has a significant impact on the overall bilateral relationship, especially economic ties. It rests upon four pillars: a bilateral defence agreement, the use of military facilities, arms sales and military-to-military contacts. This paper analyzes the development of the military relationship that exists between Washington and Doha and offers an assessment of the issues that animate it.
معرّف المصادر الموحدhttp://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17550912.2016.1244902
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عرض الوثائق المتصلة بواسطة: العنوان، المؤلف، المنشئ والموضوع.
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