Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Russia and The Middle East

Question: Explain about the Report on Russia and The Middle East? Answer: The given topic provides a brief description on how AEAS and EU cultures were developed during the time of Cold War and after that. During the cold war, ASEAN experienced four different phases in four centuries[1]. During each of those phases, one or two incidents transformed the society and culture slowly but steadily. For example, in the second phase, countries started to put their belief on diplomatic solution. However, the process was difficult as the dictatorship was still at large that suppressed the voice of democracy. However, in third century or phase, more countries joined democracy and agreed with the idea. In the fourth phase, the countries were included and became a part of Asia. Therefore, slowly but steadily the society and culture transformed after experiencing various transformations, conflict and crisis during the cold war[2]. However, in spite of having excellent approaches and goals ASEAN existence was influenced by outside parties. This happened as the leaders di d not have ample skill to implement those approaches. It can be said that ASEAN and EU histories are somehow similar to each other. Both have the chances to influence other cultures. The only difference is the rise of Russia during the cold war that acquired most of the power in the region[3]. However, it is expected that economic advancement of China can balance this power distribution in near future. References Dannreuther, Roland. "Russia And The Middle East: A Cold War Paradigm?".Europe-Asia Studies64, no. 3 (2012): 543-560. Jones, David Martin and Michael L.R. "Making Process, Not Progress. "ASEAN and the Evolving East Asian Regional Order." International Security. Volume 32. Number 1. Summer 2007, Pages 148 - 184 Lee, Sang-Hyun. "Comparative Studies On Regional Cooperative Organizations In East Asia During The Cold War Period : ASEAN`S Success And ASPAC`S Failure".THE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS18, no. 1 (2015): 379. [1] Jones, David Martin and Michael L.R. "Making Process, Not Progress. "ASEAN and the Evolving East Asian Regional Order." International Security. Volume 32. Number 1. Summer 2007, Pages 148 - 184 [2] Sang-Hyun Lee, "Comparative Studies On Regional Cooperative Organizations In East Asia During The Cold War Period : ASEAN`S Success And ASPAC`S Failure",THE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS18, no. 1 (2015): 379. [3] Roland Dannreuther, "Russia And The Middle East: A Cold War Paradigm?",Europe-Asia Studies64, no. 3 (2012): 543-560.

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