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The US Military Bases in the Gulf Cooperation Council States: Dynamics of Readjustment
Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (in Asia)
Since the end of the Gulf War in 1991, the US military bases in the GCC states have evolved functionally from the dual containment of Iran and Iraq to the consolidation of its predominance in the Gulf region. Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the US readjustment of its military bases in the GCC states features two attributes. First, the task of the bases has transformed from fighting the Iraq War to the more complex and enduring tasks of maintaining the Gulf security, countering terrorists anddoi:10.1080/19370679.2010.12023167 fatcat:mach5ms4pfayvnlqfkl3qkfmsu