The dispute that erupted in 2017 between the members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has been the gravest crisis in the history of the institution. In the last fifteen months, the rupture between the GCC states was consolidated and became a lasting reality to which each regional and global power must accommodate its strategy.
Interpreting the First Year of the GCC Crisis
Implications of the Disintegration of the Gulf Cooperation Council
The Possible Role of the European Union