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    Dora Friedman Grant V Spring Research Paper Gamal Abdel Nasser: The Voice of the Arabs, The Champion of Egypt In 1952 Gamal Abdel Nasser staged a coup d’etat and abolished the Monarchy of King Farouk in Egypt. He came into power with a challenge: Egypt did not yet have full independence from Britain. In order to rally the people behind him and achieve his goal, Nasser unified Egyptians through Pan Arabism, a type of Arab Nationalism. In addition, Nasser spread his ideologies through propaganda and his radio show. Over time, Gamal Abdel Nasser became the face of Pan-Arabism, and it was eventually referred to as Nasserism. The goal of Pan-Arabism was that the Arab countries should merge into one united state. After Nasser became the face of…

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    Third party countries played a major role in the Suez Crisis/Sinai Conflict of 1956. In order to understand the impact made by third parties, one must first understand the history of the Suez Canal, the rise of power of Nasser, and the complete Suez Crisis/Sinai Conflict itself. The Suez Canal opened on November 17, 1869. This canal is an important waterway that connects the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. It allows for lesser distances to deliver goods to other parts of the world. Without…

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    Nationalization of the Suez Canal An analysis through Prospect Theory On 26th July, 1956 Gamal Abdel Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal and the reason that he gave for the nationalization was that he required funds for the building for the Aswan dam. Though in reality it was an act of revenge against the French, British and Americans because they had recently refused to fund the building of Aswan Dam and he wanted to establish Egypt as the leader of middle-east by embarking an end to the…

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    In 1956, one of the officers who drove out their idle King, Farouk, and took over the government, Gamal Abdel Nasser, became Egypt's President. Nasser performed great contributions to the growing power of Egypt. Regarding a duty of Egypt as a leading Arab country, Nasser was trying to help the Palestinian refugees to fight for their rights to return. So he provided Palestinian armed groups with financial and military aids. By 1956, Israel was no longer capable of ignoring the tricks Nasser was…

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    From 1956 to his death in 1970, President Gamal Abdel Nasser controlled the Egyptian country with a strict regime, full of censorship, bribery, and paranoia. Citizens were forced to follow the powerful Arab Socialist Union that Nassar oversaw, with required conformity under the guise of protecting citizens’ rights. One group that received much governmental restriction was theatre artists, as Nasser changed many of Egypt’s private theaters into state-owned. Limitations were being placed on what…

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    diplomacy from both country after Six Days War 1973. After 1973 the economic of Egypt is still not growing and also they must to recover their military power so the main agenda from Anwar Sadat is attacking Israel and to taking back Sinai territory from them (Grey, 2010). So with this Grand Strategy Anwar Sadat knew that he can gathering his allies and have a support from Arab country also Soviet Union because in 1972 Soviet didn't want confronting with USA but Anwar Sadat can persuade Soviet to…

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    industries and pursued a policy of nonalignment, which often resulted in heavy borrowing from more powerful capitalist-democratic nations. Parallel to that of China ridding itself of Japanese colonialism after World War II, independence movements arose in the Middle East against the British and French colonial regimes. Here, countries received their independence as a result of local pressures or though the realization of the colonial governments that they were no longer powerful enough to…

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    The Arab Spring was a series of anti-government protests, it started in Tunisia and spread across the Middle East in 2011. It started as non-violent protests, but ended up with very bad consequences. Many people died. Properties destroyed. Raising in the level of poverty and unemployment. Increasing the number of crimes and civil wars. Leaders fallen. He was born in 1942 in Libya. At the time of Gaddafi 's birth Libya was an Italian colony. Growing up, Gaddafi witnessed significant events in…

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    Our world ladies and gentlemen, is constantly changing. From politics, to the environment, to technology, ‘we’, society, from the beginning of time have been subject to such rapid dynamism. Look around…we have cars, computers, televisions and even watches that measure your heart beat. Such incredibly powerful devices being mass-produced because society is diversifying. Built because society is constantly changing and evolving. Now your probably having trouble drawing the connections, or maybe…

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    In 1956 Sudan finally achieved independence from the British colonizers. Around this same time, surrounding countries had military coups, dictators, and corrupt government developing. The question that remained in everyone’s mind was one of Sudan’s fate. Author’s used this opportunity to write excerpts, poetry, and novels to analyze the Sudanese, their government, and ultimately those who they felt were to blame for the turmoil Sudan and the surrounding areas, the British. One of those authors…

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