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  The GCC discusses the Strategic Changes and American Policy in the Gulf

GCC- Riyadh

Within the framework of the GCC Forum, the GCC Secretariat Political Affairs and Negotiations organized on Monday, 6 January 2020, at the GCC headquarters, a seminar on US the Strategic Changes and American Policy in the Gulf.

The Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Negotiations, Dr. Abdulaziz Hamad Al-Owaishek inaugurated the seminar welcoming the keynote speakers, F. Gregory Gause, professor of international affairs and head of the International Affairs Department at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, F. Jasen J. Castillo, associate professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M Affairs and Negotiations University and with the participation of a number of officials and specialists in the GCC General Secretariat.

The seminar discussed the foreign policy of the United States and the role of the Middle East in it, and how the US administration deals with the Middle East in light of the changes taking place in the region. It also discussed the strategic partnership between the Gulf Cooperation Council and the United States, and a number of regional and international issues and their implications for the foreign policy of the United States.