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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53019
Doc. No:TL22973
Call number:‭1455974‬
Main Entry:NaToya Mitchell
Title & Author:Conflict in the Middle East: Its origin and the United States' role in the peace processNaToya Mitchell
College:Morgan State University
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:214
Abstract:This thesis was designed to explain the origin of conflict amongst Palestinians and Israelis, the extension of dismay amongst Arabs and Jews, the United States intervention in the Middle East peace process, and the enhanced contention that will likely result due to the United States strategic operations in the Middle East. Utilizing political realism (realism) analysis in the context of international relations, the thesis argues that the United States, a sovereign nation, is motivated by the desire of power and security in the Middle East region rather than ideals of moral ethics. Each United States president commencing with thirty-fourth president, Dwight Herbert Eisenhower (1953-1961) to the current forty-third United States president George Walter Bush (2000-present) has demonstrated an interest in the Middle East. Apropos of the preceding statement, some of the United States presidents' foreign policy were designed to preserve political autonomy through external control. Within a theoretical diagram, the thesis examines those United States presidents Middle East foreign policy that hindered continual peace in the Middle East region commencing with the Cold War (1947-1991). Specific attention will be made paid to strategic occupation by the United States, which was motivated by hegemonic amplitude. Additionally, the thesis highlights Middle East Peace talks, Middle East peace agreements, and the United States continued support for Israel. Finally, an analysis of both the domestic and international significance of peace in the Middle East region is offered, and the need for a homeland for Palestinians.
Subject:Social sciences; Middle Eastern history; International law; International relations; 0333:Middle Eastern history; 0616:International relations; 0616:International law
Added Entry:S. Verma
Added Entry:Morgan State University