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Origins of the Gulf Crisis


Bahrain-Qatar Relations

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Date:         30 Novembre 2018

Location:  EGIC HQ | Via Gregoriana 12, 00187, Rome

On 30 November we will examine. from a historical point of view, the territorial sources of tension in the Gulf, exploring the Bahrain-Qatar Relations through the historic case of Al Zubara.


To address this topic, the EGIC invited an expert, Dr Gerald Power, historian and lecturer at the Metropolitan University Prague.

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