SHARE, WISHING TO DOMINATE
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SHARE, WISHING TO DOMINATE
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S0321-50750000617-4-1
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Published
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Pages
49-52
Abstract
Political and military leaders of Western countries are doing their best to make the people of the Middle East (as well, indeed, the people of other countries, where the West carries out its expansionist policy), love uninvited guests from distant and alien world, or to treat to them with sympathy at least. The published article talks about the efforts undertaken by the West to «build bridges» between the two ideologies, cultures, lifestyles, and by and large between two worlds. An analysis of the mechanisms by which the U.S. uses ethnoreligious factor reveals direction of events which are taking place in the region, their real motives and dynamic, as well as allows to predict the emergence and development of new crisis situations and to identify the tools and methods of their solutions.
Keywords
Middle East, ethnoreligious manipulation, the U.S. Program to work with local communities abroad
Date of publication
01.06.2013
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