Found 40 articles associated to the institution Gulf Research Center.
Turmoil in Pakistan16-November-2007
Though the President is attempting to brave the storm, his position is much weakened as he takes hurried measures to redress the prevailing situation. He has refused to give a date for lifting the state of emergency and said it might continue even beyond the elections because of the situation on the terrorism front.
Iran and the Bomb: The Abdication of International Responsibility23-August-2007
Thérèse Delpech argues that the chances of stopping Iran in its race to acquire the nuclear bomb through diplomacy are slim: too many opportunities have been missed and too much time has been lost.
This book offers an informed analysis of events and situations as they affected Afghanistan between September 2001 and September 2005.
Aftermath of the Lal Masjid Confrontation19-July-2007
Pakistan is in the grip of a wave of vicious suicidal attacks after religious extremists vowed to avenge the operation on the Lal Masjid/Jamia Hafsa mosque/seminary in Islamabad last week.
Losing Arab Hearts and Minds: The Coalition, Al-Jazeera and Muslim Public Opinion28-June-2007
Unlike in the Gulf War, the medium for the Coalition's messages in 2003 was not exclusively CNN or the BBC; the Arab world had developed its own TV channels, and their reach and influence were to become an important dynamic in the conflict. The most influential of these were Al-Jazeera, Al-Arabiya, and Abu Dhabi TV.
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