Fragmentation of the Middle East: The Last Thirty Years (The Making of the Middle East) download epub
by Georges G. Corm,Raj Isar,Selina Cohen
Corm, Georges G. Publication date. Middle East - History - 20th century, Middle East 1945-1980.
Corm, Georges G.
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Home to the Cradle of Civilization, the Middle with the Near East-has seen many of the world's oldest cultures and civilizations
Home to the Cradle of Civilization, the Middle with the Near East-has seen many of the world's oldest cultures and civilizations. This history started from the earliest human settlements, continuing through several major pre- and post-Islamic Empires through to the nation-states of the Middle East today.
Large parts of the Middle East became a warground between the Ottomans and Iranian Safavids for centuries starting .
Large parts of the Middle East became a warground between the Ottomans and Iranian Safavids for centuries starting in the early 16th century. By 1700, the Ottomans had been driven out of Hungary and the balance of power along the frontier had shifted decisively in favor of the West. The term Near East can be used interchangeably with Middle East, but in a different context, especially when discussing ancient times, it may have a limited meaning, namely the northern, historically Aramaic-speaking Semitic area and adjacent Anatolian territories, marked in the two maps below. The limited modern archaeological and historical context of the Near East.