Middle East diplomacy

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Middle East diplomacy involves a range of diplomatic initiatives and approaches, including negotiations, dialogue, mediation, and conflict resolution. It often involves engagement with a wide range of stakeholders, including governments, non-governmental organisations, civil society groups, and regional organisations such as the Arab League and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). The Middle East is a complex and diverse region that is characterised by deep-rooted historical, cultural, and religious differences, as well as ongoing political and territorial disputes.

The major issues addressed by Middle East Diplomacy include the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Syrian Civil War, the Iran nuclear deal, and the ongoing crisis in Yemen. Middle East diplomacy also involves cooperation on issues such as regional security, economic development, and the fight against terrorism.

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