Pan-Arabism


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Pan-Arabism

(ˈærəˌbɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the principle of, support for, or the movement towards Arab political union or cooperation
ˈPan-ˈArab adj, n
ˈPan-ˈArabic adj

Pan-Arabism

the doctrine or advocacy of alliance or cooperation among all Arab states. — Pan-Arabist, n., adj.
See also: Politics
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Pan-Arabism

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He happened to be a strong believer of an ideology what famously came to be referred as Nasserism which later raised the movement of Pan-Arabism or Arab solidarity to a new height of Arab pomp and glory.
In one of his most prominent plays, Bye Bye London (1981), he addressed the influx of Arab tourists to the English capital in the 1970s and touched on issues of Pan-Arabism.
Lest we forget, however, Nasser advocated secular pan-Arabism that failed to galvanise Arab masses outside his country as most preferred to remain true to their traditions nestled in faith.
His Excellency noted that this radical shift in the organizational formula reflects the party's ability to meet the demands of the changing times and at the same time consecrates the importance of pan-Arabism and the role of Al-Baath Party in confronting the attacks targeting pan-Arabism which seeks to divide Arab people on sectarian and ethnic bases.
IF: PAN-ARABISM WAS AT THE HEART OF THE ARAB COALITION IN 1967.
The fourth article is also related to the wider Middle East region, exploring whether Pan-Arabism is realy any politically-relevant theory in today's times or it is only a tool of the ruling elites of the region, for their own vested interests.
The Short Century," curated by Suheyla Takesh and Karim Sultan, has a roughly similar chronological scope, beginning with the border-defining Sykes-Picot Agreement in 1916 and ending with the Gulf War in 1990-91, and explores how modern Arab art relates to Arab nationalism and Pan-Arabism.
And what stamped on it this sense of fatality was the fact that it was Egypt under [Nasser] that lost" Little more than a decade after the Suez Crisis that Doran portrays as earth-shattering in its impact on Arabs and Westerners alike, pan-Arabism was a spent force.
Launched in March 1974 it became a beacon of Pan-Arabism, popular with Lebanese intelligentsia.
When Arab streets exploded with fury, from Tunis to Sanaa, Pan-Arabism then seemed like a nominal notion.
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Salem was also a critic of pan-Arabism, as in his The Odd Man and the Sea.

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