The GCC Crisis at One Year: Stalemate Becomes New Reality

Arab Center Washington DC (ACW) is pleased to announce the release of the new book titled, The GCC Crisis at One Year: Stalemate Becomes New Reality.

This volume provides an update of the GCC crisis by placing it in the context of two overarching themes. The first examines the clear stalemate governing the crisis and the attempts at mediating it. The second discusses the different repercussions of the dispute through a series of analyses that cover political, economic, humanitarian, military, and regional and international implications.

ACW’s commitment to identifying, analyzing, and advocating for peaceful solutions to regional conflicts inspired the publication of this book. As an independent, nonprofit, and nonpartisan research center, ACW focuses on the Arab world and on US-Arab relations.

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Imad K. Harb

Director of Research and Analysis


Zeina Azzam

Former Publications Editor


Majed M. al-Ansari
Abdullah Baabood
Gabriel Collins
David B. Des Roches
Marwan Kabalan
Tamara Kharroub

Deputy Executive Director & Senior Fellow


Joe Macaron

Former Resident Fellow


Kristian Coates Ulrichsen

Non-resident Senior Fellow