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“The Absence of Security Community System in the Middle East and the way forward”

Posted on June 13, 2017 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

Wars and conflict on inter and intra-state level, from clash between ethnics, sectarian and religious, to the most recently proxies war by terrorist groups as well as asymmetric warfare lead by the regional to global power was the common characteristic that have dominating the presentation images of Middle East (See. Goldschmidt and Davidson, 2009). The region has been fractured for many years and there has been a rise and fall of state along with the proliferation of such a growing powerful…

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