Category:Greater Middle East
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English: The Greater Middle East (also known as "The New Middle East") is a political term to group together various countries, related to the Arab world, Iran, Turkey, Israel, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Various Central Asian countries and the Southern Caucasus (Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia) and Cyprus are sometimes also included. Some speakers may use the term to denote areas with significant Muslim majorities, but this usage is not universal.
political term, introduced in the U.S. in the early 2000s, denoting a set of countries from Morocco to western China and from central Asia to Somalia
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This category has the following 31 subcategories, out of 31 total.
- ► Bahrain (37 C, 2 P, 323 F)
- ► Cyprus (28 C, 2 P, 210 F)
- ► Djibouti (27 C, 2 P, 116 F)
- ► Jordan (32 C, 3 P, 955 F)
- ► Kuwait (24 C, 2 P, 166 F)
- ► Oman (33 C, 2 P, 103 F)
- ► Qatar (24 C, 1 P, 82 F)
- ► United Arab Emirates (28 C, 1 P, 264 F)
- ► Western Sahara (16 C, 2 P, 63 F)
- ► Yemen (29 C, 1 P, 341 F)