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Persian Gulf waterway renaissance since the communicative situation and the status of regional strategic location, economic, geopolitical, and political Zhyvanrzhy became international relationships and interactions. It looks unique and unmatched in the Persian Gulf region in the first half of the twenty-first century should be. From the beginning to the end of the seventies of the twentieth century coincided with the birth of the small countries of the Persian Gulf the southern areas of convergence between the countries with the assistance of the British efforts were made, but none of these collaborations did not result in a complete convergence platform, and conflicts maker was the next challenge.
Britain and France and returned to America to attend the regional arms race, with different and sometimes conflicting perspectives of security, lack of public trust, territorial disputes, lack of vision and common norms and ethnic and cultural differences in the region and the underlying structural divergence important non-identity and non-convergence of the Persian Gulf region. Twenty-first century should be a century of re-integration of regional governments with regard to the benefits and experiences gained from the convergence of the call. Persian Gulf region also enjoys a number of privileges and structural components of the regional integration If they can agree on a collective partnership and then found a convergence region. Factors such as joint territory Position neighborhood, religion and cultural values, oil and gas resources sharing and coordinated policy on the Cancel Passion common geopolitical advantages and necessity of planning and issues of mutual concern, such as environmental issues, tourism and drugs. Seems to focus on issues of common Subscribe concrete and real in the social environment, economic, security and political available can help understanding, agreement and cooperation of the regional convergence.

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Persian Gulf waterway renaissance since the communicative situation and the status of regional strategic location, economic, geopolitical, and political Zhyvanrzhy became international relationships and interactions. It looks unique and unmatched in the Persian Gulf region in the first half of the twenty-first century should be. From the beginning to the end of the seventies of the twentieth century coincided with the birth of the small countries of the Persian Gulf the southern areas of convergence between the countries with the assistance of the British efforts were made, but none of these collaborations did not result in a complete convergence platform, and conflicts maker was the next challenge.
Britain and France and returned to America to attend the regional arms race, with different and sometimes conflicting perspectives of security, lack of public trust, territorial disputes, lack of vision and common norms and ethnic and cultural differences in the region and the underlying structural divergence important non-identity and non-convergence of the Persian Gulf region. Twenty-first century should be a century of re-integration of regional governments with regard to the benefits and experiences gained from the convergence of the call. Persian Gulf region also enjoys a number of privileges and structural components of the regional integration If they can agree on a collective partnership and then found a convergence region. Factors such as joint territory Position neighborhood, religion and cultural values, oil and gas resources sharing and coordinated policy on the Cancel Passion common geopolitical advantages and necessity of planning and issues of mutual concern, such as environmental issues, tourism and drugs. Seems to focus on issues of common Subscribe concrete and real in the social environment, economic, security and political available can help understanding, agreement and cooperation of the regional convergence.

Persian Gulf waterway renaissance since the communicative situation and the status of regional strategic location, economic, geopolitical, and political Zhyvanrzhy became international relationships and interactions. It looks unique and unmatched in the Persian Gulf region in the first half of the twenty-first century should be. From the beginning to the end of the seventies of the twentieth century coincided with the birth of the small countries of the Persian Gulf the southern areas of convergence between the countries with the assistance of the British efforts were made, but none of these collaborations did not result in a complete convergence platform, and conflicts maker was the next challenge.
Britain and France and returned to America to attend the regional arms race, with different and sometimes conflicting perspectives of security, lack of public trust, territorial disputes, lack of vision and common norms and ethnic and cultural differences in the region and the underlying structural divergence important non-identity and non-convergence of the Persian Gulf region. Twenty-first century should be a century of re-integration of regional governments with regard to the benefits and experiences gained from the convergence of the call. Persian Gulf region also enjoys a number of privileges and structural components of the regional integration If they can agree on a collective partnership and then found a convergence region. Factors such as joint territory Position neighborhood, religion and cultural values, oil and gas resources sharing and coordinated policy on the Cancel Passion common geopolitical advantages and necessity of planning and issues of mutual concern, such as environmental issues, tourism and drugs. Seems to focus on issues of common Subscribe concrete and real in the social environment, economic, security and political available can help understanding, agreement and cooperation of the regional convergence.

Factors such as joint territory Position neighborhood, religion and cultural values, oil and gas resources sharing and coordinated policy on the Cancel Passion common geopolitical advantages and necessity of planning and issues of mutual concern, such as environmental issues, tourism and drugs. Seems to focus on issues of common Subscribe concrete and real in the social environment, economic, security and political available can help understanding, agreement and cooperation of the regional convergence.

Persian Gulf, divergence, convergence system, regional global powers . iran

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  • Receive Date: 15 May 2013
  • Revise Date: 08 March 2014
  • Accept Date: 19 March 2014
  • First Publish Date: 20 February 2015