Research

GCC-EU relations in the changing global security architecture

I am currently conducting advanced research on project concerns GCC-EU relations in the changing global security architecture.  The first two parts of that work focus on issues of European integration and GCC countries.  I then present the onset and development of cooperation between those two political entities, beginning with the Cooperation Agreement (1998), and the Joint Action Programme (2000).  In subsequent parts, I examine the international environment and global challenges related to GCC-EU relations.  I conduct a detailed analysis of both internal and global factors that affect these relations.  I then proceed to present the directions in which the new global order of interdependence develops.  The next part includes a study of processes within the EU and the GCC to answer the research question focused on the extent to which each of those two international entities that are integrated and prepared for a strategic partnership and joint shaping of the new global order.  This work is scheduled for publication in 2019.Prof. Dr. Adam Krzymowski is currently conducting advanced research on project concerns GCC-EU relations in the changing global security architecture.  The first two parts of that work focus on issues of European integration and GCC countries.  I then present the onset and development of cooperation between those two political entities, beginning with the Cooperation Agreement (1998), and the Joint Action Programme (2000).  In subsequent parts, I examine the international environment and global challenges related to GCC-EU relations.  I conduct a detailed analysis of both internal and global factors that affect these relations.  I then proceed to present the directions in which the new global order of interdependence develops.  The next part includes a study of processes within the EU and the GCC to answer the research question focused on the extent to which each of those two international entities that are integrated and prepared for a strategic partnership and joint shaping of the new global order.  This work is scheduled for publication in 2019.