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Title: The Geopolitical Structure of the Middle East and the Division and Reconstruction Projects: From Creative Chaos to the Arab Spring
Authors: سفيان منصوري
سمير حمياز
Keywords: Geopolitics,
Middle East
Division Projects
Creative Chaos
Arab Spring
Issue Date: 15-May-2021
Series/Report no.: volume 13 N 2 2021 Dafatir;
Abstract: This research aims to study the geopolitical structure of the Middle East in light of the challenges of partition projects, from creative chaos to the Arab Spring, based on the following problematic What are the implications of the division and reconstruction projects that are planned by the international hegemonic forces in the Middle East? And what is the impact of these projects on the geopolitical structure of the Middle East? To address the problematic, this research relied on historical method, as well as the descriptive and analytical method, in addition to systems approach, to study the Middle East region as one of the important sub-regional systems of the global system. The importance of this research appears in that it tries to research the division projects that draw the region and the risks and repercussions they contain, in addition to proposing options and alternatives that the countries of the region can rely on to confront these projects. This article reached the following conclusions that the Middle East region constitutes one of the regional systems most vulnerable to penetration due to the division projects, which led to the penetration the regional and security system of the Middle East, and perhaps this forces the countries of the region to work on building strategic awareness and strategic vigilance to confront the risks and repercussions of the division and reconstruction projects on the region of the Middle East.
Description: Dafatir Droit et politique
ISSN: 1112- 9808
Appears in Collections:volume 13 N 2 2021 Dafatir

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