contemporary world

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Brower and Sanders (2014) write that observers of the post-World War I Middle East referred to the region as one of "states without nations, nations without states" (p. 353). Does this characterization still fit the region generally? If so, why? If not, why not?

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Yes, I believe it does.  This region is consistently battling over borders and/or religions and/or ethnicities.  Despite all of the help from other nations and the UN, these battles continue today.

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