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About Emile El-Hokayem

Emile El-Hokayem is a middle-east analyst at the Henry L Stimson Center in Washington. He is co-author (with Matteo Legrenzi) of The Arab Gulf States in the Shadow of the Iranian Nuclear Challenge (2006).

Articles by Emile El-Hokayem

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Arab Gulf states: the Iran complex

The small countries of the Arabian peninsula, caught between a resurgent Iran and a combative United States, must apply diplomatic skill and economic intelligence to survive, says Emile El-Hokayem.
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