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Greater Middle East  Greater Middle East Initiative  new Middle East  The Greater Middle East
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The Greater Middle East, is a political term, introduced in March 2004 in a paper by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as part of the U.S. administration's preparatory work for the Group of Eight summit of June 2004, denoting a vaguely defined region called the "Arab world" together with Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, Turkey, and several other countries. Wikipedia
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The Greater Middle East, is a political term, introduced in March 2004 in a paper by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as part of the U.S. administration's preparatory work for the Group of Eight summit of June 2004, denoting a vaguely defined region called the "Arab world" together with Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, Turkey, and several other countries. Wikipedia
A new proposed political region Wikipedia Disambiguation
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 Wikidata
The countries of the Muslim world, centred on the Middle East and excluding those in Oceania. The Middle East plus Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and North Africa. Wiktionary
Countries of the Muslim world centred on the Middle East and excluding those in Oceania. Wiktionary (translation)
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