The Middle-Eastern Mess

  • Parth Nandwani and Rajyevardhan Singh
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  • Parth Nandwani

    Legal Trainee at Uttarakhand Power Corporation Ltd. (UPCL), India

  • Rajyevardhan Singh

    Law graduate from IMS Unison University, Dehradun. India

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Abstract

The paper talks about the ongoing sectarian tension in the Middle-East and how the two main countries in the Middle-East, Iran and Saudi Arabia, are struggling to expand their influence in the region. The two countries by inciting their respective sectarian groups have caused much damage in the Middle-East. Though they do not fight directly but have set up their proxies in different countries in the region who do the fighting for them. The paper talks about how the two belligerents have had conflicting interests in different countries and how they were able to establish their proxies to fight for them. It also talks about the political conditions which existed and which led to the eruption of sectarian violence in the Middle-East. Doctrinal methodology has been resorted to for the purpose of research.

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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, Page 999 - 1010

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.111990

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