Gulf Research Center (GRC)
Gulf Research Center (GRC)

Founding Year: 2000

Staff: 43

Budget: $84m (2020)

Abdulaziz Sager (Chairman)

A nonprofit think tank that conducts “research on a range of issues relating to the Gulf region.” It aims “to conduct scholarly, high-quality research on all aspects of the wider strategic Gulf region, including the GCC countries as well as Iran, Iraq and Yemen.”




Gulf Research Center (GRC) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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