عنوان مقاله [English]
The Persian Gulf is an area in the Middle East that is geopolitically important and attracted by world powers due to its unique features throughout history.
In this article, the author seeks to investigate the explanation of the conditions, characteristics, issues and problems of the Gulf states as well as the causes of failure in the Persian Gulf states to establish a relationship between them at high levelsو and tries to provide an appropriate solution to prevent possible crises.
This region has always been paid great attention by international powers due to the availability of special oil reserves and a special strategic location, due to which the powers in adopting their foreign policy inevitably have to take into account the effective components of the countries of the region and its potential conditions.
Accordingly, one of the issues that is important and somehow plays a key role in determining the foreign policy of the countries of the region is the Crisis.
For this purpose, one of the issues that needs to be addressed in this regard, is to provide appropriate strategies and to adopt an active strategy to manage and overcome existing crises (Management Crisis) with regard to the need to create, maintain and consolidate the mutual or multilateral regional relations and the necessity of determining the strategy for political, economic and cultural cohesion of the neighboring countries in order to fulfil the security of the Persian Gulf region.