EGYPTIAN REGIONAL ROLE IN THEARABIAN GULF DURING THE ERA OF PRESIDENT ABDEL FATTAH EL-SISI
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue Issue 37 part 2, Pages 204-234
AbstractFor more than three decades, the Gulf countries were the main partner for Egypt in the Arab region, and the cooperative nature was the ruling for the nature of Egyptian-Gulf relations, despite the existence of conflict dimensions in some periods, which were limited to the difference over the exercise of the regional role. Egypt has a long political history that can be drawn upon through practices and providing advice, and it has a long tradition in cultural aspects of all kinds and levels, all of which can be presented in exchange for bringing financial resources that contribute to building the economy and creating job opportunities, in addition to the human relations that have accumulated by virtue of Human movements of the Egyptians and the Gulf, which strengthened the position of the Egyptian role in this geographical area of the world. he controversy has escalated in recent years, especially in the press and media circles, over the assumption that the Egyptian regional role will diminish in the Arab circle, and in particular the shrinking area of its presence in the Gulf region. This controversy was not the first of its kind and will not be the last. This controversy escalated at the end of the seventies in what is known as the Arabism of Egypt, and the extent of the existence of a conflict between Egyptian national considerations and national obligations .
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