Essay 1964. During his life, he was

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World View of Al-Faisal and Al-Sabah As Foreign Minsters

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Thesis:

Saud Al-Faisal and Sabah A. Al-Sabah have
been the world’s longest serving foreign ministers. We will reflect
upon their life as a
statesman, diplomat, outstanding approach to diplomacy and diplomatic
achievements.

       
I.           
Introduction.

 

Saud
Al-Faisal and Sabah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah
have been considered as the most influential foreign ministers in the Gulf and
Middle East regions. They have championed the drive to bring stability, peace
and prosperity in the Middle East region. Other regions of the world have
benefited from their wisdom and vison. World leaders and diplomats have the utmost respect for them and their
contribution toward world affairs. They have been admired for their unique
statesmanship, great vision and positive approach to all local and international affairs. Each one of them
has his unique approach to diplomacy, political skills and impact on foreign
policy.

       
I.           
Background

 

We will look into their life, education
and the pollical positions they held before becoming foreign ministers and
after.

 

Saud Al-Faisal was born in1940. He was the son of king Faisal of Saudi Arabia. He
was father to six children, three boys and three girls. He had received his BA degree in
Economics from Princeton University USA, 1964. During his life, he was appointed
as, Deputy Governor of Petromin, from 1970 to 1971, Deputy Minister of
Petroleum and Mineral Resources from 1971 to 1975 and Minister of Foreign
Affairs from 1975 until 2015. During
the last several years of his life, he faced serious health problems including
Parkinson’s Disease, and had had several spinal operations in the US.

 

Sabah A. Al-Sabah was born in 1929. He is the fourth
son of Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah. He was father to four
children, three boys and one girl. He received primary education during the 1930s and then
completed his education under tutors. During his life, he was appointed as, the  Foreign
Minister for 40 years, from 1963 to 2003, Prime Minister Kuwait
from 2003 to 2006. In 2006 he has become the Emir of Kuwait until today.

       
I.           
Political Skills

 

     
II.           
Impact on Foreign Policy

       
I.           
Conclusion

At the end, both have left a great legacy for the region in foreign affairs.
They have dedicated their life to serve the interest of their countries. They will
always be remembered and admired by Saudis, Kuwaitis and other Arabs. The
younger generation of Saudis and Kuwaitis will honor them by following some of
their vision and positive approach in getting things done and by doing so they will keep their legacy alive.