6 edition of Domestic Politics and Regional Security: Jordan, Syria, and Israel found in the catalog.
by Gower Publishing Company
Written in English
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Despite developments in Syria and Iraq, Jordan is "persevering," as the World Bank and IMF noted. Yet the kingdom's remarkable resilience and continued stability are by no means guaranteed, and are likely to become more tenuous as regional security deteriorates. At this critical time, ongoing substantial U.S. and Gulf economic support is necessary. The Syrian refugee issue in Lebanon is threatening to become the real humanitarian crisis in the region. There are more Syrian refugees in Lebanon than in any other country in the region. Straddled by a weak economy, domestic political infighting, and internal divisions over the crisis in Syria, Lebanon is finding it hard to cope with the evolving problem inside its borders.
Jordan has had to build up its military and intelligence capabilities to become a counterterrorism partner, absorb refugees to quell regional security concerns, and ensure its own domestic social. King Abdullah’s Warning on Syria. King Abdullah II of Jordan, meeting at the White House on April 26 with US President Barack Obama, warned of the threats of the “fragmentation of Syrian society, which is becoming more and more alarming” and of “militant terrorist organizations,” which are on the rise in called for a political solution as “our last hope.”.
After nearly 70 years of cautious, arm’s-length relations, Israel and Japan have recently moved to significantly upgrade diplomatic and business ties. Over the past several years, the two countries have entered into a number of important political and economic agreements, transforming their once limited bilateral relationship into one more characteristic of allied partners. Israel and a possible regional security system The elimination of the so-called “Northern Front” as a result of domestic instability in Iraq and devastating civil war in Syria, coupled.
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: Domestic Politics and Regional Security: Jordan, Syria, and Israel: The End of an Era. (): Yorke, Valerie: BooksCited by: Get this from a library. Domestic politics and regional security: Jordan, Syria, and Israel: the end of an era?. [Valerie Yorke; International Institute for Strategic Studies.].
A review of domestic politics and their interaction with foreign policy in three key countries, setting the stage for extensive inquiry into Jordanian-Syrian relations and the prospects for an Arab-Israeli settlement. The material is fairly well known and can be found in other books; what distinguishes the treatment here is the analysis of political forces in play-the case study of Jordan is.
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Russia, the main power broker in Syria, pledged to both Israel and Jordan in that security arrangements for the south would keep Iranian forces 70 to 80 kilometers from their borders.
Examining the international dimensions of the Syrian conflict, this book studies external factors relating to the Uprising. It explores the involvement of outside powers and the events’ impact both on regional and international level.
Syria was widely perceived to be essential to the regional power balance, hence it was a valued prize to be fought over.
The book examines the impact of global. Israel failed to escape the fate that has befallen many countries around the worlds, as the coronavirus spreads, infecting more and more people in various continents.
But, for Israel, it is a unique problem because of the possible security and political repercussions. Panel: Jonathan Hessen, host. - Amir Oren, analyst. - Dr. Asher Shalmon. 2 days ago The deal is historic in that the UAE is the first Arab state to normalise relations with Israel in almost 30 years, following Egypt in and Jordan in It also marks a challenge to the Arab Peace Initiative (API), in which Arab states declared they would only normalise relations after the establishment of a Palestinian state.
Only two Arab states had previously recognized Israel — Egypt and Jordan. Both were far from Iran and motivated by the security of their own borders (as well as the good will of Washington).
Iran, Syria, and Hezbollah, against what these actors saw as efforts by the United States and its allies, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Israel, to impose their will on the region. It was these two opposing poles which later competed for regional primacy in the civil wars of Iraq, Syria.
Syria’s conflict has transformed the country’s southern border region into a zone of regional contention. The status quo there, largely forged and maintained by Russia sinceaims to prevent expanded control by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Iranian and pro-Iranian military forces, which could trigger a regional confrontation.
Valerie Yorke has written: 'Domestic politics and regional security' -- subject(s): Politics and government 'Domestic Politics and Regional Security: Jordan, Syria, and Israel'.
Trying to forecast events in the Middle East is a fool’s errand, but below are some key issues to watch closely. Among the civil wars: the recent talks and de-escalation of conflict in Yemen is unlikely to lead to a final resolution but could ease the humanitarian suffering there; in Libya, recent talks also create hope for progress; in Afghanistan, de-escalation appears much more difficult.
Conservative monarchies, like Jordan and Saudi Arabia, fell squarely into the camp of the United States, risking their domestic legitimacy to ensure regime security.
Syria, Libya, Iraq and Egypt (up until ), states whose legitimacy depended on the flouting of European and American norms, aligned themselves with the Soviet Union. In Syria, confidence building has taken the form of avoiding clashes in eastern Syria at the main points of contact, while pushing ISIS back.
21 There is also a de-escalation zone in the southwest, where the United States, Russia and Jordan have tried to ensure there is no Iranian footprint bordering Israel, an attempt to advance a ceasefire. Several Jewish-American groups, including pro-Israel organisations, had also spoken out against using Israel in a domestic US political battle.
Pompeo was not the first Republican convention. Israel’s Legal Insecurity: The Domestic and International Consequences of Israel’s Increasingly Transparent Support for the Settlement Outposts Alan Craig.
Israel and the Gulf States: Regimes, Rivalry and Regional Security Clive Jones. Veiled Diplomacy. Israel, Saudi Arabia and Yemen: Decades of Clandestine Relations Asher Orkaby. When the Syrians declared the Syrian Arab Republic inits territory stretched much further than the modern state, encompassing what is now Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Alexandretta —.
Jordan’s current borders were defined after it lost the West Bank to Israel in the Six-Day War in However, Jordan’s unique location – between Syria, Iraq, Israel, the Palestinian territory known as the West Bank and Saudi Arabia – sealed its fate.
(click to enlarge) Over half of Jordan’s million people are Palestinian. Jordan seeks to leverage this group to not only discuss Syria reentering the Arab League, but also to speak out about warming relations between the Gulf and Israel. Jordan. Israel and Jordan alone are not sufficient to make such an arrangement work, however, any regional security system will also have to include key Middle Eastern states to provide critical mass.
This may prove difficult. Without significant external inducements, Syria is unlikely to participate before achieving a full peace settlement with Israel. Oman), Egypt, and Syria met in Damascus in March and agreed on a joint framework for regional security known as the Damascus Declaration.
Egypt and Syria proposed to make available for collective defense their relatively large militaries in return for economic assistance from the wealthy Gulf states.
While the.Surrounded by Israel, Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, Jordan has turned into a very important strategic buffer next to Eastern Mediterranean, on the one hand, and to the Persian Gulf, on the other hand.
This geographical location makes Jordan vital for political and military plans of U.S. in the Middle East.