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The Soviet Union used its relationship with Europe to gain economic cooperation with the Arab world during the Cold War and its influence in the Middle East by inciting proxy conflicts between the Arab states and their Jewish neighbors. The superpowers interacted with proxy combatants, which factored into the Soviet Union's omission from the Camp David Accords
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The Endless political turmoil is the usual result of the general policy of Imperialism on the part of the winners of.More citizens in the Middle East seem to be more involved in policy formulation than other parts of the world.
The Endless political turmoil is the usual result of the general policy of Imperialism on the part of the winners of WW1. It is, and always has been, a basic element to Divide and Conquer, . to create puppet states or minority sub-regimes, to Do the Dirty Work, but yet not have enough power to throw out the foreigners totally.
The West's role in the Middle East is complicated and sometimes meddling
The West's role in the Middle East is complicated and sometimes meddling. Given the current Middle Eastern scenario, one may reasonably hold the argument that the on-going turmoil in the Middle East owes its burden equally to the Machiavellian Anglo-American policies in the region and the harrowing failure of the Muslim ips in the Middle East to rationally respond to those challenges. But are there any dimensions beyond religion? Nationalism and Turmoil. The region of West Asia (known as the Middle East) and North Africa has been home for tension and conflict since the end of the 19th century.
The political history of the Middle East has been fraught with turmoil and political instability. By the middle of the twentieth century, most of the region had experienced two separate, qualitatively different periods of colonial subjugation
The political history of the Middle East has been fraught with turmoil and political instability. By the middle of the twentieth century, most of the region had experienced two separate, qualitatively different periods of colonial subjugation. First came Ottoman rule, from the early to mid-1500s up until the late 1910s, and then British and French rule, beginning with the end of the First World War and lasting until the late 1940s.
The decline of US imperialism in the Middle East is fuelling rising tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran. US-North Korea standoff adds to instability. Yearning for a free Morocco. Simon Assaf looks at the region as it plunges deeper into violence and uncertainty. In the heady days of the Arab Spring revolutions, tens of millions of people took to the streets in vast movements for change that raised the possibility of a deep transformation of the region. Its political approach in the Middle East does not match its economic interests.