Oct 10, 2018
Over a year after the rupture that the divided the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), there is no end to the dispute in sight. Who are the key players in this ongoing stand-off? What are the stakes for the United States? What is the role of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the dispute and other contentious Middle Eastern issues? Can the GCC ever recover from its current bitter divisions?
In this episode, Dr. Kristian Ulrichsen, Fellow for the Middle East here at the Baker Institute and one of our country’s top experts on the GCC and Persian Gulf, addresses these and other questions of urgent import to US policy makers.