POL326Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Christian Fundamentalism, Saddam Hussein, Marshall Plan

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Ids exclusively on second term: essays also focus on second term material, however any relevant material covered in first term should be included to enhance/strength your answer. Part 1: us fp in the middle east. Initiated a league of nations mandate: modern boundaries of the me. Europe was more dependent on me oil imports who would not have been able to (cid:396)e(cid:272)o(cid:374)st(cid:396)u(cid:272)t if it (cid:449)as(cid:374)"t fo(cid:396) their access to me energy sources) but for the us it became a strategic geo-political strategy. It became crucial to the us because of its geo-economic and political interests of maintaining stability in. France and gb, which in turn pre-disposed them towards emphasizing stability in the region: very little effort was made since ww2 to democratize the me. Instead the regimes established by gb and france suited the interests of the us and gb/french that established that system.

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