Yes there will be peace in the Middle East.

The first overt strike is one nobody predicted. Chinese "malware" seizes control of the robotics aboard an unmanned solar-powered U.S. as it flies at 70,000 feet over the Tsushima Strait between Korea and Japan. It suddenly fires all the rocket pods beneath its enormous 400-foot wingspan, sending dozens of lethal missiles plunging harmlessly into the Yellow Sea, effectively disarming this formidable weapon.

Will there ever be peace in the Middle East.

The Middle East, then, is in a special predicament on the gender issue and women's rights.
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Demographic change in the Middle East is major and multifaceted.

These people moved and spread east and west and began to domesticate larger indigenous animals and control breeding of goats, sheep, and pigs first, which provided meat, milk, hair, and skins....

Before WW1, the Middle East was dominated by outside powers.

What is the hotbed of vice in this situation is only a few of the countries in the Middle East have total control over their own water, leaving most of the others to depend on the graces of those few countries to manage their water magnanimously enough to supply them with what they need....

The Middle East was as volatile as ever and the Cold War was still in full swing.
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Islam and Islamic History and The Middle East - IslamiCity

But have no doubt: when Washington's global dominion finally ends, there will be painful daily reminders of what such a loss of power means for Americans in every walk of life. As a half-dozen European nations have discovered, imperial decline tends to have a remarkably demoralizing impact on a society, regularly bringing at least a generation of economic privation. As the economy cools, political temperatures rise, often sparking serious domestic unrest.

Obesity in the Middle East: One of the Most Extreme …



A final, less tangible but significant issue concerns the general social acceptance of gender equality and the process of change that leads to it in the Middle East.

The most common religion found in the Middle East is Muslim.

Amid growing tensions, the Pentagon that Beijing now holds "the capability to attack… [U.S.] aircraft carriers in the western Pacific Ocean" and target "nuclear forces throughout… the continental United States." By developing "offensive nuclear, space, and cyber warfare capabilities," China seems determined to vie for dominance of what the Pentagon calls "the information spectrum in all dimensions of the modern battlespace." With ongoing development of the powerful Long March V booster rocket, as well as the of two satellites in January 2010 and in July, for a total of five, Beijing signaled that the country was making rapid strides toward an "independent" network of 35 satellites for global positioning, communications, and reconnaissance capabilities by 2020.

Law and Women in the Middle East | Cultural Survival

In her speech The 'Women's Issue' in Context: Reframing the Discourse on Middle Eastern Women she states, "I strongly believe that separating women's status from the larger issues of the region is so loaded with political history and so burdened with misconceptions th...

What the U.S. Can Do to Help Christians in the Middle East

The situation is relevant to the Middle East because even limited women's progress has often taken place under authoritarian but generally secularist regimes.