العلاقات الأمريكية الفرنسية 2001- 2006 The American-French Relations 2001 2006

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2007-07-31
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صبح خميس احمد المصري
Sobuh Khames Ahmad Almasri
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AL-Quds University
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The American-French Relations 2001 – 2006 The goal of this study is to tackle the relationships between the USA and France in the period between 2001 and 2006 without ignoring the period of the nineties as a preliminary entrance to the study. The study, too, takes the bilateral relations towards some European issues, and the relations between them in the light of security and strategic issues. Finally, it focuses upon the bilateral relations concerning the Middle Eastern issues. The study uses the method of analyzing the political international relations in a frame of balanced theory, also, using the method of decision-making in studying and benefiting from the international system approach. The researcher divided the study into seven chapters including the introduction and the conclusions. The study reveals that in spite of some differences between the USA and France such as the International Criminal Court, Kito Protocol for the climate changing, the missile armor, Iraq war 2003 and the enlargement of the European Union. However, the political French attitude kept pace with the attitude of the USA, that was due to several reasons as the internal French affairs and the frame of the international system which limits the role of France. Even though, there were a lot of agreed stances as the war against terrorism, the war on Afghanistan, the position of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the peace process, also, the stance towards Syria, Lebanon, Hamas, Islamic Jihad and the Iranian nuclear file. In the light of the previous issues, the AmericanFrench relations were very close and interweaved to the extent of similarity
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الدراسات الاقليمية, Regional Studies
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