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Strategic Geography and the Changing Middle East: Strategic Access to Middle East Resources: Lesson From History

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Geoffrey Kemp and Robert Harkavy

From Strategic Geography and the Changing Middle East
© 1997 Brookings Press
Reprinted with permission of the Brookings Institute Press

Introduction


The end of the cold war has led to new configurations of global power relations and has changed the definition and the geostrategic parameters of the traditional Middle East. In this chapter these issues are examined to provide background for the subsequent analysis.

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