The Importance Of The Middle East

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The Middle East has come along way since the rise of civilization thousands of years ago. Civilization emerged in the Middle East and northeast Africa along the river systems as agricultural societies grew in population and developed new forms of social organization. For the last two thousands years the west has been drawn to the middle east fascinated by the culture, religion, resources and politics. The Middle East has an immense impact on the world globally. My goal in this paper is to explain the ancient and modern significance of the Middle East and how it impacts the world in such a globalizing way. The first significance is the irrigations along the major rivers that needed cooperation amongst the farmers, large…show more content…
The Oil continues being the most important regional and global issue. Some estimates show that by 2050 80% of Middle Eastern oil will be distributed to the U.S creating control of pipelines through Afghanistan or turkey increasing the importance of the Middle East to the United States. The globalization effects many different parts of the Middle east in Different ways, Economically the Arab countries also Iran, apart from the international oil markets and their side effects, have come across many difficulties then turkey and Israel in integrating into the global economy. In 1948 after a difficult start of state establishment Israel’s economy has become the economy’s rising star for the Middle…show more content…
Globalization has much to do with social, economic and political adjustments that people embrace their culture and incorporate into the world. Globalization in large extents promotes integration of the world and calls for removal of all cultural barriers. It’s a process in transferring knowledge and education to the world. The Middle East was a growing region that learned through the impact of War, invasions, trade, their countries recourses and the
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