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Moving Target – UK–GCC Relations and the Politics of ‘Extremism’

Published:
7 April 2017
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Middle East and North Africa
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Moving Target – UK–GCC Relations and the Politics of ‘Extremism’

This paper focuses on the challenges of defining and understanding ‘extremism’ in the context of the Gulf Arab states, and the related issues this creates for UK policy.

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