Peace in the middle east Abdul Aziz Said feels that the Persian Gulf War has overshadowed the need to make a new Arab-American relationship. He says the U.S. has a view of which the Middle East threatens the stability of the Western economy. He says this is a valid view, but it denies historically based problems that have hurt the Arab world, as well as misses an opportunity to give all a better future. He states a clear answer to the problem; the Middle East needs to be rebuilt. He says we should reduce the military danger and introduce a new economic model to them. Also, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict would have to be resolved. He feels that democracy is sweeping through Europe and Asia. He says that a lot of Middle Eastern countries are being pressured to join in. Said states that the peace conflicts could be resolved by the United Nations working with Middle Eastern countries. Said also says that the economic problem could be helped by establishing an intra-Arab bank as well as connecting them to the World Bank. Middle East
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course HIST 2710 taught by Professor Rethjames during the Spring '09 term at Utah Valley University.