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'On the Right Side of History? US Transitions and the Possibilities of a British Strategic Role in the Gulf

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'On the Right Side of History? US Transitions and the Possibilities of a British Strategic Role in the Gulf. / Kelly, Saul Mark Barrett; Stansfield, Gareth.

The United States and the Gulf: Shifting Pressures, Strategies and Alignments. ed. / Steven Hook. Berlin : Gerlach Books, 2015. p. 168-191.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Kelly, SMB & Stansfield, G 2015, 'On the Right Side of History? US Transitions and the Possibilities of a British Strategic Role in the Gulf. in S Hook (ed.), The United States and the Gulf: Shifting Pressures, Strategies and Alignments. Gerlach Books, Berlin, pp. 168-191.

APA

Kelly, S. M. B., & Stansfield, G. (2015). 'On the Right Side of History? US Transitions and the Possibilities of a British Strategic Role in the Gulf. In S. Hook (Ed.), The United States and the Gulf: Shifting Pressures, Strategies and Alignments (pp. 168-191). Gerlach Books.

Vancouver

Kelly SMB, Stansfield G. 'On the Right Side of History? US Transitions and the Possibilities of a British Strategic Role in the Gulf. In Hook S, editor, The United States and the Gulf: Shifting Pressures, Strategies and Alignments. Berlin: Gerlach Books. 2015. p. 168-191

Author

Kelly, Saul Mark Barrett ; Stansfield, Gareth. / 'On the Right Side of History? US Transitions and the Possibilities of a British Strategic Role in the Gulf. The United States and the Gulf: Shifting Pressures, Strategies and Alignments. editor / Steven Hook. Berlin : Gerlach Books, 2015. pp. 168-191

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