Transformation of the Middle East after the Arab Spring

Janković, Slobodan (2015) Transformation of the Middle East after the Arab Spring. In: Proceedings of Round Table Conference Major International Issues in the 21st Century from a Perspective of Japan and Europe, [September 15, 2014]. Institute of International Politics and Economics; Global Resource Management Program, Belgrade; Doshisa, pp. 127-145. ISBN 978-86-7067-211-6

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Middle East and North Africa are for the long time mostly objects of international politics of outside powers. World reordering reflects on the local turbulences. Prospects for the consolidation of regional countries not dominated by the West were shattered in the Arab Spring and in its aftermath. IN short period of turbulences several changes are transforming the communities and international relations from Morocco to Iran. Deep crisis of governance and instability of borders, dying Peace process, the birth of the ‘Islamic State’ and general chaos are spreading through the region. They are both shaped by the conflicts initiated mostly by the USA, but also by their rising inadequacy and impossibility to control and calm the anarchy.

Item Type: Book Chapter
Uncontrolled Keywords: USA, Arab Spring, Middle East peace process, failed states, Iran, Global East, Egypt
Depositing User: Ana Vukićević
Date Deposited: 12 Apr 2020 12:35
Last Modified: 12 Apr 2020 12:35

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