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Empires to Nation-States: Islamic Period, A. Holly Shissler and Erin L. Glade Empires to Nation-States: Islamic Period, A. Holly Shissler and Erin L. Glade The lesson addresses influences and impact of colonial powers. Students will begin to gain clarity into the real and perceived conflicts in the Muslim world, specifically the Middle East. Assigned reading material along with the teachers’ guidance students will learn and understand the economic and political motives of the European powers and the effects on the social, cultural and religious structure of Imperial Muslim World.
Global Connections . Nation-States Global Connections . Nation-States Major ethnic minority groups include the Kurds (in Turkey, Iraq, Iran, and Syria) and Berbers (in North Africa). Members of both of these groups are fighting for greater autonomy within -- or independence from -- their countries, but face stiff resistance. Armenians in Anatolia had similar ambitions in the early 20th century, but their nationalism was seen as a threat by the state, and huge numbers of Armenians were displaced or killed. Lebanon was created by the French as a mandate separate from Syria in order to preserve the political autonomy of its Christian population.
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict - Issues in a Nutshell
President Eisenhower's Speech on the U.S. Role in the Middle East (Eisenhower Doctrine), 1957 President Eisenhower gave these remarks to Congress on January 5, 1957. First may I express to you my deep appreciation of your courtesy in giving me, at some inconvenience to yourselves, this early opportunity of addressing you on a matter I deem to be of grave importance to our country. In my forthcoming State of the Union Message, I shall review the international situation generally. There are worldwide hopes which we can reasonably entertain, and there are worldwide responsibilities which we must carry to make certain that freedom—including our own—may be secure. President Eisenhower's Speech on the U.S. Role in the Middle East (Eisenhower Doctrine), 1957
If you don't know where you're going, the old saying goes, any road will get you there. The conventional wisdom on Syria has it that the external actors to the tragic drama playing out these many months don't know what to do, have no end game, and are thus incapable of acting alone or in concert to end the killing and create an effective transition to the post-Assad era. But that's wrong. Everything in Syria Is Going to Plan - By Aaron David Miller Everything in Syria Is Going to Plan - By Aaron David Miller
In Syria's Sectarian Battle, Who Are The Alawites? In Syria's Sectarian Battle, Who Are The Alawites? Renee Montagne talks with Professor Joshua Landis about the Alawite sect in Syria. The minority group is the power base for President Bashar Assad's government. Landis is director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma. Copyright © 2012 NPR. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use.
Academic Module: Crisis Guide: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
The Arab Uprisings: How Did We Get Here? Speaker: Margaret MacMillan, Warden, St Antony's College, University of OxfordPresider: Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign RelationsIntroductory Speaker: Rita E. Hauser, President, The Hauser Foundation, Chair, International Peace Institute March 30, 2012 Council on Foreign Relations RICHARD HAASS: Good evening. Welcome to the Council on Foreign Relations. And we're very glad to have all of you here for what is now the fifth symposium in a series supported by the Hauser Foundation. The Arab Uprisings: How Did We Get Here?
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The argument over which side to blame for the Six Day War goes on, but all of the parties acknowledge that Israel's dramatic victory altered the face of the Middle East and established the boundaries--literally and figuratively--within which the quest for an Arab-Israeli settlement has been conducted ever since. Territories/In the 1967 war, Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria, the West Bank including East Jerusalem from Jordan, and the Gaza Strip and the Sinai Peninsula from Egypt. Except for the Sinai, Israel still holds all those territories. Egypt regained the Sinai as part of the Camp David Accords of 1979. Israel has formally annexed East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, vowing never to relinquish those territories. But Syria vows never to make peace unless Israel withdraws from Golan. Parallel Realities - Resolution 242 And The Aftermath Of 1967 | Shattered Dreams Of Peace | FRONTLINE Parallel Realities - Resolution 242 And The Aftermath Of 1967 | Shattered Dreams Of Peace | FRONTLINE
Parallel Realities - Dialogue Of Two Monologues | Shattered Dreams Of Peace | FRONTLINE I.F. Stone, the legendary iconoclastic journalist of the 1950s and 60s, once wrote that "Stripped of propaganda and sentiment, the Palestine problem is simply the struggle of two different peoples for the same strip of land." Well, yes, that's so. Parallel Realities - Dialogue Of Two Monologues | Shattered Dreams Of Peace | FRONTLINE
Parallel Realities - An Oath And A Chant | Shattered Dreams Of Peace | FRONTLINE Parallel Realities - An Oath And A Chant | Shattered Dreams Of Peace | FRONTLINE "Masada shall not fall again." "Tell Shamir, tell Rabin; we are the sons of Saladin." The first declaration above is a solemn oath taken by all inductees to the Israeli Defense Forces.
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To see how borders in the region have changed over the years click through the maps below: Palestine was among several former Ottoman territories placed under British control by the League of Nations. The mandate lasted from 1920 to 1948. In 1923, Britain granted limited autonomy to Transjordan, now known as Jordan. Middle East | Middle East conflict: History in maps Middle East | Middle East conflict: History in maps
The old city of Jerusalem The old city of Jerusalem contains sites holy to Jews, Muslims and Christians. The Christian holy sites in Jerusalem include the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (believed to be the site of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ), the Church of John the Baptist and the Via Dolorosa. BBC NEWS
THE QUESTION OF PALESTINE AT THE UNITED NATIONS