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eBook Paperdolls of the Middle East to color and cut out: [Egypt, the Gulf States, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen] download ISBN: 0529054337
Author: Penelope Williams
Publisher: Collins+World (1978)
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Foreign relations of the Egypt are the Egyptian government's external relations with the outside world. Egypt's foreign policy operates along a non-aligned level.

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Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran continue to escalate, plunging the . The two states are also struggling for influence over neighboring Iraq.

Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran continue to escalate, plunging the two regional powers into a new spiral of confrontation. Tehran funded and trained the local Shiite militia, helping Iraq with its war on terrorism. The Saudis rushed to improve their relations with the Iraqi government, which had been damaged by Saddam Hussein’s 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Some of the origins of the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran are of religious nature and go back to a centuries-old doctrinal conflict within Islam: a more than 1,000-year-old argument between Sunnis and Shia.

While Saudi Arabia struggles to make gains in Yemen . On its western shores Israel, France and the United States already have big bases. And though formally part of the same coalition in Yemen, some Saudi princes are looking askance at their ambitious junior partners.

While Saudi Arabia struggles to make gains in Yemen, Emirati-led troops earlier this year marched into Mokha port and are setting their sights on Hodeidah, Yemen’s largest port and the last major one outside Emirati control. The prince has also backed separatists in Somalia, helping to stand up both Puntland, by funding its Maritime Police Force, and Somaliland. China is building a port in Djibouti.

Middle East and North Africa. Please Select Algeria Bahrain Egypt Iran Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya Morocco Oman Palestinian Territories Qatar Saudi Arabia Syria Tunisia United Arab Emirates Yemen. In 2005, the School of Foreign Service opened a campus in Doha, Qatar. Since then, Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) has become a hub for Georgetown’s academic and outreach activities in the Middle East.

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A collection of paper dolls clad in native costumes representing several countries in the Middle East.