Publications Tagged: Oman
- Added August 01, 2005
- Tribal Alliances: Ways, Means, and ends to Successful Strategy. Authored by Richard L Taylor.
- National Security and National Military Strategy to be successful must utilize all elements and tools of power at its disposal. Recognition of the potential value of tribal organizations, particularly in the "arc of instability stretching from the Western Hemisphere, through Africa and the Middle East and extending to Asia" is a must to enhance successful peace and stability operations.
- Added February 01, 2005
- Strategic Implications of Intercommunal Warfare in Iraq. Authored by Dr. W. Andrew Terrill.
- This study considers the regional consequences of intercommunal warfare in Iraq by examining how such an eventuality may develop and how neighboring states might become involved in such a conflict. This work does not predict an Iraqi civil war but rather views it as a worst-case eventuality. The danger of an Iraqi civil war requires serious U.S. cooperation with those regional states that also have a stake in preventing this outcome.
- Added May 01, 1996
- Yemen and Stability in the Persian Gulf: Confronting the Threat from Within. Authored by Dr. Stephen C. Pelletiere.
- Yemen's fortunes sank. Soviet support vanished, and the United States saw little need to cultivate Sana'a, particularly in light of Yemen's actions preceding the Gulf War. This study argues that Yemen should not be abandoned. It is part of the vital Persian Gulf system, which the United States has pledged to uphold. That whole system could be destabilized by conflicts that currently simmer on Yemen's borders.