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American and European strategic directions in the Arab East region

Hazim Jerri Mnekhir
Keywords: American, Arab East, Turkey, Arabian Gulf, European, Iran. ,

Abstract

Arab society is in general undergoing a crisis that is almost entirely based on today's situation. The majority of people view the political concept in this manner as a fortified fortress whose occupation is an essential requirement for complete control over the national process. It often refers to the Islamic State, the state of secularism, the democratic state, the socialist state, the national state, the one Arab state, the state of authoritarianism, the monarchy state, etc. In researching and understanding the countries of the Arab East, as well as their issues, this research represents the key to understanding the social, economic, political, and cultural crisis of Arab societies. In a certain historical period during the heart of the Islamic world, the Arab, Turkish, and Iranian populations differed in national affiliations, despite their affiliation to Islam. The relationship between them is also marked by differences in geopolitical orientations and many cultural differences. By applying external pressure on the Islamic world, the struggle between dependency regimes or balances of power facilitated international pressure. As a result, some countries became dependent on it to varying degrees and Islamic peoples became deeply divided over it. While Iran and Turkey could use the official Arab political weakness as a means of exploiting the Arab issue, they could also maximize their advantages from successive regional and global developments to gain the greatest depth of expansion. In Turkey and Iran, there is a lot of caution and tension in the relationship between the Arab countries. The tensions increase from time to time and decrease at other times, with differences over certain borders and repeated violations, as well as a lack of respect for neighbors.