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British foreign policy in the Middle East has involved multiple considerations, particularly over the last two and a half centuries. These included maintaining access to British India, blocking Russian or French threats to that access, protecting the Suez Canal, supporting the declining Ottoman Empire against Russian threats, guaranteeing an oil supply after 1900 from Middle East fields, protecting Egypt and other possessions in the Middle East, and enforcing Britain's naval role in the Mediterranean. The timeframe of major concern stretches from the 1770s when the Russian Empire began to dominate the Black Sea, down to the Suez Crisis of the mid-20th century and involvement in the Iraq War in the early 21st. These policies are an integral part of the history of the foreign relations of th

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  • السياسة الخارجية البريطانية في الشرق الأوسط
  • British foreign policy in the Middle East
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  • تضمنت السياسة الخارجية البريطانية في الشرق الأوسط اعتبارات عديدة، إذ شملت الحفاظ على الوصول إلى الهند، ومنع التهديدات الروسية أو الفرنسية لذلك الوصول، وحماية قناة السويس، وضمان إمدادات النفط بعد عام 1900 من حقول الشرق الأوسط، ودعم الدولة العثمانية الآخذة في الانحدار ضد التهديدات الروسية، وحماية مصر والممتلكات الأخرى في الشرق الأوسط وحماية دور بريطانيا الرئيسي في البحر المتوسط. يمتد الإطار الزمني للمشاغل الرئيسية منذ سبعينيات القرن الثامن عشر عندما سيطرت روسيا على شبه جزيرة القرم وأصبحت فاعلًا رئيسيًا في البحر الأسود، وصولًا إلى إخفاق السويس عام 1956 عندما حاولت بريطانيا منع مصر من الاستيلاء على قناة السويس ولكنها فشلت. تُعدّ السياسات جزءًا لا يتجزأ من تاريخ العلاقات الخارجية للمملكة المتحدة.
  • British foreign policy in the Middle East has involved multiple considerations, particularly over the last two and a half centuries. These included maintaining access to British India, blocking Russian or French threats to that access, protecting the Suez Canal, supporting the declining Ottoman Empire against Russian threats, guaranteeing an oil supply after 1900 from Middle East fields, protecting Egypt and other possessions in the Middle East, and enforcing Britain's naval role in the Mediterranean. The timeframe of major concern stretches from the 1770s when the Russian Empire began to dominate the Black Sea, down to the Suez Crisis of the mid-20th century and involvement in the Iraq War in the early 21st. These policies are an integral part of the history of the foreign relations of th
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