Saudi-Iran Literature

15th Jul 2019 by Dr. Simon Mabon

Saudi-Iran Literature

  Saudi-Iran Relations

Below are resources looking at the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran. 

·   Aarts, P. and Van Duijne, J., 2009. Saudi Arabia after US-Iranian détente: left in the lurch?. Middle East Policy16(3), pp.64-78. 

·   Alghunaim, G., 2014. Conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran: An Examination of Critical Factors Inhibiting their Positive Roles in the Middle East

·   Amiri, R.E., Samsu, K.H.B.K. and Fereidouni, H.G., 2011. The Hajj and Iran’s foreign policy towards Saudi ArabiaJournal of Asian and African Studies46(6), pp.678-690.

·   Antonopoulos, P. and Cottle, D., 2017. Syria: The Hegemonic Flashpoint between Iran and Saudi Arabia?. Vij Books India Pvt Ltd.

·   Badeeb, S., 1993. Saudi-Iranian Relations 1932-1982. Echoes. 

·   Bahgat, G., 2000. Iranian-Saudi rapprochement: Prospects and implicationsWorld Affairs162(3), p.108.

·   Berti, B. and Guzansky, Y., 2014. Saudi Arabia's Foreign Policy on Iran and the Proxy War in Syria: Toward a New Chapter?. Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs8(3), pp.25-34. 

·   bin Salman Al-Saud, F., 2003. Iran, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf: Power Politics in Transition. IB Tauris.

·   Chubin, S. and Tripp, C., 2014. Iran-Saudi Arabia Relations and Regional Order. Routledge.

·   Cooper, A.S., 2012. The oil kings: how the US, Iran, and Saudi Arabia changed the balance of power in the Middle East.Simon and Schuster. 

·   Dorsey, J.M., 2016. Saudi Arabia and Iran: the battle for hegemony that the Kingdom cannot winPrzegląd Strategiczny6(9), pp.357-373. 

·   Downs, K., 2012. A theoretical analysis of the Saudi-Iranian rivalry in BahrainJournal of Politics & International Studies8, p.13. 

·   Esfandiary, D. and Tabatabai, A., 2016. Yemen: an Opportunity for Iran–Saudi Dialogue?The Washington Quarterly39(2), pp.155-174.

·   Irani, R.G., 1977. US Strategic Interests in Iran and Saudi Arabia. ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA. 

·   Keynoush, B., 2016. Saudi Arabia and Iran: Friends Or Foes?. Palgrave Macmillan.

·   Mabon, S., 2012. The Battle for Bahrain: Iranian-Saudi RivalryMiddle East Policy19(2), p.84.

·   Mabon, S., 2013. Saudi Arabia and Iran : soft power rivalry in the Middle East, London ; New York: I.B. Tauris.

·   Mabon, S.P., 2015. Saudi Arabia, Iran and geopolitical change in the Middle East. Foreign Policy Centre.

·   Mabon, S., 2016. Saudi Arabia in Flux: Plus ça change…?. The Middle East Journal70(4), pp.673-676.

·   Mabon, S., 2017. Saudi Arabia and Iran: Friends, Rivals or Foes in Geopolitical FluxBustan: The Middle East Book Review8(1), pp.38-53. 

·  Mabon, S., 2018. Muting the Trumpets of Sabotage: Saudi Arabia, the US and the quest to securitize IranBritish Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 45(5), pp742-759.

·   Mabon, S., 2018. It’sa family affair: Religion, geopolitics and the rise of Mohammed bin SalmanInsight Turkey20(2), pp.51-66. 

·   Mason, R., 2014. Foreign policy in Iran and Saudi Arabia: economics and diplomacy in the Middle East. Bloomsbury Publishing.

·   Okruhlik, G., 2003. Saudi Arabian‐Iranian Relations: External Rapprochement and Internal Consolidation. Middle East Policy10(2), pp.113-125. 

·   Rich, B., 2012. Gulf War 4.0: Iran, Saudi Arabia and the Complexification of the Persian Gulf EquationIslam and Christian–Muslim Relations23(4), pp.471-486.

·   Rizwan, M., Arshid, M., Waqar, M. and Iram, S., 2014. From rivalry to nowhere: A story of Iran-Saudi tiesIOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science(IOSR-JHSS)19(9), pp.91-101. 

·   Salloukh, B.F., 2013. The Arab uprisings and the geopolitics of the Middle EastThe international spectator48(2), pp.32-46. 

·   Salloukh, B.F., 2017. Overlapping Contests and Middle East International Relations: The Return of the Weak Arab StatePS: Political Science & Politics50(3), pp.660-663.