Tarihsel Perspektiften Arap Milliyetçiliği: Tedrici Bir Ölüm Mü?

İsmail KURUN
2017 Yalova Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi  
Arab nationalism emerged as a secular ideology in the early 20th century in the Ottoman Empire. During the First World War, it proved influential enough to motivate an Arab rebellion against the Ottomans and, following the war, several Arab states were founded. Its popularity rose in the interwar period, and many Arab mandates became independent after the Second World War. Its popularity peaked at the hands of Gamal Abdel Nasser in 1958 when Syria and Egypt united to form the United Arab
more » ... United Arab Republic. After the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, Arab nationalism began losing its appeal and declined dramatically during the 1970s and 1980s. At the turn of the 21st century, Arab nationalism became an almost irrelevant ideology in the Middle East. This study examines the birth, the dramatic rise, and the sudden decline of Arab nationalism from a historical perspective and concludes that Arab nationalism today, as an ideology, is on the brink of demise.
doi:10.17828/yalovasosbil.292804 fatcat:ptwf4wmgxnf6xifkmyuegxnifa