This first policy brief released within the framework of the GRC-led Al-Jisr project for on EU-GCC Public Diplomacy and Outreach Activities, provides concrete suggestions as to how the member states of the European Union and the Gulf Cooperation Council should expand their areas of cooperation when it comes to the field of higher education. The report highlights new areas and ideas to be contemplated by officials and policy practitioners from both the European and the Gulf sides when it comes to devising new programs of cooperation in addition to outlining as to how both the EU and the GCC should seek to engage with various facets of reform efforts.
Reviewed bilingual academic occasional papers analyze, assess and build forecasts on the developments of different issues in the GCC countries at the domestic, intra-GCC, GCC-Arab, regional or international levels from a political, social, economic, and cultural perspectives.
Analytical policy papers offering in-depth and well-researched exploration of public policies in the GCC countries. 'Policy Analysis' papers set forth perceptions likely to contribute to a deeper understanding of these issues.
The Gulf Research Center (GRC) seeks to promote and conduct research and studies on the Gulf region in a sustained bid to better comprehend and analyze the issues related to the GCC countries. The GRC currently plans to publish a special series of Iraqi studies, exclusively dedicated to the analysis and close examination of the political, economic and social developments unfolding in Iraq and their ramifications for the region.
A peer-reviewed bilingual academic series. It analyzes, assesses and builds forecasts on the panoply of developments and changes that unfold in Iran at the domestic, Iran-GCC, Iran-Arab, or international levels from a political, social, economic, and cultural perspectives, particularly in light of the momentous changes currently unraveling on the domestic Iranian scene and compounded by an unstable regional environment and international pressures.
'Iran Studies' aims to contribute to enriching the academic area of specialized Iran studies.
A peer-reviewed bilingual academic series. It analyzes, assesses and builds forecasts on the panoply of developments and changes that unfold in Yemen at the domestic, Yemen-GCC, Yemen-Arab, or international levels from a political, social, economic, and cultural perspectives.
'Yemen Studies' aims to contribute to enriching the academic area of specialized Yemeni studies.
Presents the proceedings of conferences, workshops and seminars conducted by the GRC within the framework of the 'Gulf Studies Program', individually or in cooperation with leading peer research centers. Each event brings together area specialists and tackles a specific issue with the aim of reaching a common understanding of the issue and a set of recommendations.
The Gulf Research Center has extended ongoing cooperation with the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) by signing a wide-ranging translation agreement, which allows GRC to translate a wide variety of IISS publications from English into Arabic.