Political Geography &Geopolitics Of Arabian Nation

Authors: Mohammed Humran*, Yemen Geography Society
Topics: Political Geography, Geography Education, Military Geography
Keywords: Politcal Geograohy , Geopolitics, State , Nation , Arabian Nation , Strategic Planing
Session Type: Paper
Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 3:05 PM / 4:45 PM
Room: Committee Room, Omni, West
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Political Geography& Geopolitics Of Arabian Nation . Academic Researcher : Mohamed Ali Ahmed Humran Yemeni Geographical Society Specialist in Geopolitics and Strategic Planning and Marine Science. President The Union Of Arabian Academics . An introduction As Yemen and the Arab Nation are going through wars, conflicts and challenges, the most important of which is the external political targeting of the Geography of the Arabian Nation , land and Humanity. Therefore, it was necessary to conduct studies and scientific researches to identify the causes of problems and to find solution. Objectives:- 1- To Learn terms &concepts of Political Geography &Geopolitics and its importance in the analysis of events , conflicts, changeable and problems in the Arab Nation. . 2- An instilling Arab values and culture among scholars and deepening the spirit of national loyalty to Arab soil and strengthening the principles of Arab Nationalism and keeping them in line with the impact of international changes and the new World Order. 3- To give students ability to understand the impact on international foreign and domestic politics of the Arab Nation Study contents:- First, An introduction to The Principles of Political Geography and Geopolitics. Secondly, Arabian Nation Political Geography & Geopolitics Goals. Thirdly , Problems and Challenges in the Arab Nation . fourth , An Economic blocs and Political and Military alliances. Fifth , The New World System and An International Relation . Sixth chapter "The use and employment political geography &Geopolitics of Arabian nation to build a modern Strategy of Arab Nation.

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