Geopolitics: The dangerous vacuums of the Middle East
Power vacuums and ungovernable spaces are being created right across the Middle East. They are the result of the Arab Spring revolutions, the collapse of peace talks and the changing role of the United States. GIS expert, Bernard Siman analyses the threats.
VACUUMS sums up a theme for our times in the Middle East in one word.
Vacuums have resolved themselves in the past through armed conflict triggered through a single event. The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in 1914 was such an event acting as a detonator which ignited the First World War.
Today’s Middle East has parallels driven by three key dynamics which are the fundamental causes of vacuums develo...
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