Gulf/2000 Project

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The Gulf/2000 Project (G2K) is a cultural and academic project created in 1993 with backing and sponsorship by Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. It is directed by Gary Sick and describes itself as a service to scholars, government officials, business people, journalists and other specialists who have a professional association with the Persian Gulf and Persian Gulf studies.

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