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Published on: June 6, 2014
Gulf in the Gulf
Can the U.S. Help End the Intra-GCC Rift?

For years the United States has relied on the Gulf Cooperation Council as a force multiplier and an oasis of stability in a volatile part of the world, but internal disagreements are now threatening the GCC’s unity.

Tally Helfont is the director of Middle East Program at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
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