Routledge Library Editions: The Gulf
This collection gathers together a wide range of titles that detail the history, politics, economics and society of the countries that make up the Gulf region. Written by acclaimed Middle Eastern, American and European scholars, RLE: The Gulf is an essential reference resource in the study of the Gulf states.
Table of Contents
1. The Arab Gulf and the Arab World Edited by B.R. Pridham 2. The Arab Gulf and the West Edited by B.R. Pridham 3. Arabia and the Gulf Edited by Ian Richard Netton 4. Bahrain and the Gulf Edited by Jeffrey B. Nugent & Theodore H. Thomas 5. The Creation of Qatar Rosemarie Said Zahlan 6. The Economies of the Arabian Gulf Atif Kubursi 7. The Gulf Crisis and its Global Aftermath Edited by Gad Barzilai, Aharon Klieman and Gil Shidlo 8. The Gulf Stock Exchange Crash Fida Darwiche 9. The Impact of Oil Revenues on Arab Gulf Development Edited by M.S. El Azhary 10. The Jews of the Yemen, 1800-1914 Yehuda Nini 11. The Making of the Modern Gulf States Rosemarie Said Zahlan 12. The Myth of Arab Piracy in the Gulf Muhòammad Al-Qāsimı̄ 13. Oman and Muscat Patricia Risso 14. Oman in the Twentieth Century J.E. Peterson 15. Oman: the Modernization of the Sultanate Calvin H. Allen, Jr. 16. The United Arab Emirates Muhammad Morsy Abdullah 17. The Yemen Arab Republic Robert D. Burrowes 18. The Yemen. A Secret Journey Hans Helfritz 19. Yemen: the Search for a Modern State J.E. Peterson