One of the most striking aspects of the last year’s debates over the Arab Spring has been the prominent role played by governments in the Middle East in shaping international decisions. This lecture discusses whether attitudes towards force and coercive diplomacy are undergoing a shift in the region. Stedman considers the role of regional organizations like the Gulf Cooperation Council, Arab League, and Organization of the Islamic Conference in the context of altered regional dynamics.
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