Saudi - Gulf Military and Security Relations 1982 - 1985


  • Aqeel Zaher Salman University of Kufa - College of Arts
  • M.D. Ali Azm Muhammad University of Kufa - College of Arts



Saudi Arabia, security, military, agreements, treaties


Security alliances are considered one of the most important types of international cooperation and are often established in order to support defensive and offensive purposes in the face of the threat of any common enemy, whether internally or externally, and states often enter into such alliances when they face security challenges that cannot be neutralized by any other means. Therefore, the Arab Gulf states have agreed among themselves that the concept of security focuses on protecting their societies and their systems, preserving their wealth and the safety of their people, and working on the need for joint military and security coordination based on securing and protecting waterways in the Gulf waters and calling for the need to rehabilitate and develop their military institutions of all kinds


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Salman, Aqeel, and Ali Muhammad. “Saudi - Gulf Military and Security Relations 1982 - 1985”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 55, Mar. 2023, pp. 319-3, doi:10.36317/kaj/2023/v1.i55.11204.

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