With the split of Qatar, low oil prices, Iranian hegemony, and a seemingly loose coalition of countries. What would you say is the future of the GCC? They're an interesting case because they are comprised of about 50 million people living in high income countries, surrounded by a region of general instability. I know they have discussed implementing a unified currency and creating a regional transport network in the past but with everything going on in the region, it seems that may be all up in the air now.