An Agenda for Europe-Gulf Defence Cooperation

Whereas US-Gulf military cooperation has been the topic of abundant literature, the role of Europe in supporting the armed forces of the Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) member states has attracted limited attention. The notable exception is the case of the UK, but the scholarship on British policy towards the region generally looks at its past rather than at more recent developments. This paper aims to fill this gap by providing evidence of the density of military exchanges between Europe and the Gulf and by discussing the current challenges and opportunities in deepening these ties.

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