The Analysis of the Developments in South West Asia Geopolitical Interests (Case study: Geopolitical Developments in Yemen)

Document Type: Original Article

Abstract

Through intellectual and doctrinal foundations of the Muslim world that Islam is derived Admen, ideas and movements throughout history have always been transformational. Regional, and new developments anticipated in the gradual transformation of some kind of social reform and a new orientation in the field of social regeneration based Barmen various countries and peoples of the Islamic world cannot be considered unexpected.  All across the Muslim world in the twenty-first century with the continuing evidence that many inherited and dictatorial regimes collapse, crises and critical forces of political Islam and its future role in political engineering will play. Current center of the process, the Arab-Islamic sphere of strategic interests in West Asia, the priority trans-regional powers, because any change in the balance of power or the political structure of countries in the region, within the precincts of the far-reaching impact, the vibrations are practically new geopolitics among the influential powers and international relations are at different levels.
The global spread of poverty among the Muslim people of Yemen and create a lot of destruction in its various infrastructures the country. Strategic and geopolitical demands numerous intervention in the affairs of the country and secondly because it requires analysis and forecasting possible scenarios in the political destiny of the Yemeni people. The explanation plausible scenarios, video survey of field conditions and prospects of the political structure of the country's supply.

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