What water lies between Europe and the Middle East?
The Mediterranean Sea would be one answer, as could be the Black Sea.
Arabia, or the Arabic world, are the countries in the world that are inhebited by Arabic speaking population. It includes parts of Asia and Africa. Most of the middle east is a part of the Arabic world (The eastern part). However, there are a couple of countries in the Middle East that are NOT a par…t of the Arabic world, such as Afghanistan and Pakistan... ( Full Answer )
Iran is the country that lies between Iraq & Afghanistan. Iran's historical name was Persia, though it did not have today's borders since those were defined in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Black Sea The eastern side of Bulgaria is on the Black Sea coast. Black Sea
During the cold war era each European country was classified as part of either Free Western Europe, or of Communist Eastern Europe which was mostly dominated by the Soviet Union until the Soviet Union broke up.
Water pollution was a major problem in ancient times. It was the reason the Romans built the aqueducts and stopped taking water from the Tiber. By the time the Middle Ages started, the water in Europe was nearly all polluted to some degree.
Argentina is located in southeastern South America, and covers mostof the Southern Cone. To the east of Argentina lies the SouthAtlantic Ocean.
Eastern North America and Western Europe are separated by the Atlanic Ocean. Northern Europe and the northern part of North America are separated by the Arctic Ocean.
The United States is where I live, and maybe you live. Middle East is where other people live, I do not live there. U.S. has Presidents, and is a democracy. And the Middle East is not a democracy, it's an autocracy, and also they are more religious than us and they pray more. Hope that helped.… ( Full Answer )
The Middle East lacks sufficient amounts of water to completely sustain the massive population that now lives there. As a result, each country tries to use more of the water sources than its neighbors and this has resulted in conflict.
The Indian Ocean . The Red Sea . The Persian Gulf (aka Arabian Gulf) . The Mediterranean
The bodies of water in the Middle East are the Black Sea and Red Sea.
It allows people to use it for irrigation, farming, drinking, or to locate oil. There is an abundance of water in the middle east but there is an unequal distribution of it. Unequal distribution leads to conflict between countries. This is a much better answer than the last one.... Trust me... It sa…id "cause it is". HOW STUPID lol. Hope this helps... BTW TYPE IN CHRISTIANITY IS.... ON GOOGLE IF YOU ARE CHRISTIAN......NOT GOOD........... ( Full Answer )
What are similarities between the internationalization of terrorism in Europe and the terrorist networks of Middle East?
The similarities between the internationalization of terrorism inEurope and the terrorist networks of Middle East is the belief of autopian government. Some examples of terrorism in Europe would bethe Red Brigades and the Action Direct, in addition to the Corsicanmovement.
There is no ocean between Europe and Africa. The Mediterranean Seais between Europe and Africa.
Some of the major bodies of water in the Middle East include thePersian Gulf, the Arabian sea, and the Red sea. Other bodies ofwater include the Euphrates river and the Gulf of Aden.
It is important to know the bodies of water on the Earth. TheMiddle East is surrounded by the Black Sea, Mediterranean Sea, RedSea, Persian Gulf, and the Arabian Sea.
To the east of Europe is the land mass of Asia, and to the east of Asia is the Pacific Ocean (not counting the names of inlets, bays, gulfs and seas).
Very simply, water is a necessity for life. The Middle East is primarily desert and therefore does not have much of it. Therefore everyone highly prizes water and it has become very important, especially as populations in the Middle East continue to rise.
Tigris River Euphrates River Jordan River Mediterranean Sea Black Sea Red Sea Caspian Sea Persian Gulf Arabian Sea Gulf of Oman
Babylon lies along the Euphrates River. Due East, there is no bodyof water. To the Southeast, there is the Persian Gulf.
The Iron Curtain. The term was first coined by British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, to describe the borders between the communist countries of eastern Europe and the capitalist countries of Western Europe. He described it as running for "Szechin in the North to Trieste in the South" and he cle…arly didn't approve. On a smaller scale, the city of Berlin was separated in the same way. A wall was erected by East German forces to keep their own citizens out of the democratic West of the city. The BERLIN WALL existed between the early 1960s and the late 1980s. ( Full Answer )
Answer 1 Some oil-rich nations are beginning to spend large sums of money researching alternative fuels so that they will continue to have power in the world energy market even if the industrialized world manages to wean itself off fossil fuels in order to stabilize the Middle East. Answer 2 … They want a stable Middle East in order to keep the petroleum coming without incident. ( Full Answer )
The Crusades were very important to both the Middle East and Europe. Take for example the battle of Tours, in which the Muslim Empire stretched so far that they were only roughly 200 miles from Paris, France. The Muslims were also the ones who helped topple the Byzantine Empire, which was what was l…eft over after the collapse of the western half of the Roman Empire, as well as toppled the Persian Empire. All in all though, the effect was perhaps greater on the Middle East than Europe, but this of course is a matter of opinion and therefor debatable. ( Full Answer )
The commonest answer is probably that the Middle Ages began with the end of Classical Antiquity. Really, what lies between depends on viewpoint. The dates of these things are not fixed, and even the meanings of the terms vary according to who is using them. Perhaps the commonest view is that Classic…al Antiquity ended in 476 and the Middle Ages began the same year. Some historians have a different viewpoint (regarded as old fashioned by some) that Classical Antiquity ended in 476, the Middle Ages began in 1066, and the time between was the Dark Ages. Others regard the date 476 as invalid, pointing out that most people in the West Roman Empire were unaware of any change that year. Similar things could be said about the dates of the beginning and end of the Middle Ages. So some historians date the fall of the West Roman Empire and beginning of the Middle Ages as "5th century," without providing any more precise date. ( Full Answer )
None. Which is how the two countries fought a border war 1980-1988.Persia is now known as Iran.
Turkey is the only country which exists partly in Europe and partly in the middle east.
the Red sea , the Mediterranean sea , the Indian ocean , and the Arabian gulf
the Red sea , the Mediterranean sea , the Indian ocean , and the Arabian gulf .
Europe does not really have a boundary with the Middle East. Turkey is between Europe and the Middle East and you could say the Caucasus mountains separate Europe from countries that are close to the Middle East, so that may be the answer you are looking for.
The border countries of East and West are Finland (west) Germany (west) Poland (east) Czech Republic (east) Austria (west) Slovenia (east) Slovakia (east) Hungary (east) Norway (west) Italy (west) For the most part, Eastern Europe was under Soviet control and was communist, whil…e Western Europe remained republics/monarchies. ( Full Answer )
Asian Russia (east of European Russia) Azerbaijan (east of Georgia) Azerbaijan (east of Armenia) Kazakhstan (east of Azerbaijan) Asian Turkey (east of European Turkey) Lebanon (east of Cyprus) Asian Kazakhstan (east of Asian Kazakhstan)
If you travel east from Europe, you encounter many bodies of water. The last of them is the Atlantic Ocean. Before then, and depending on which latitude you are travelling on, you would encounter the Pacific Ocean, and may encounter the Lake Baikal, Lake Michigan, the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, Baf…fin Bay, Hong Kong Harbor, and a vast number of other lakes, ponds, rivers and streams and swamps. ( Full Answer )
From my viewing of the movie Home, I understand that people in the Middle East and desert areas in general dig wells for water. Apparently there are vast reservoirs of water deep under the surface of the Earth. Unfortunately, according to the movie, these source of water are depleting rapidly and wi…ll pose a problem to the people there in the near future. ( Full Answer )
The Gulf of Mexico lies east of Mexico and the Carribean Sea lies Southeast of Mexico.
One of the two reason for water shortages in the middle east is fast evaporation. When it rains water evaporates quicker here then it does in most other places. Another reason is that the middle east get many droughts.
A few relatively large bodies of water are located not too far east of Nevada; Lake Mead, Lake Powell (both man-made reservoirs) and the Great Salt Lake in Utah.
1. It doesn't rain much there, 2. Much of the landscape is desertified (few or no trees or bushes), so that rain runs off quickly, and sand doesn't retain water for long either.
Two main reasons for water shortage in the Middle East are that: 1. Most of them are very hot countries and there is at times little rain fall especially in the Arabian Gulf countries where it may rain for a week or so during the course of one year. Sometimes heavily and sometimes not enough. Thus…, a scarcity of rain during the year. 2. The region being hot makes people consume far, far more water throughout the day to quench thirst, for more showering and cleaning especially during sand storms. Thus, demand for water increases. ( Full Answer )
The country in the region that lies farthest to the north in the middle east is Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is the largest Arab state at approximately 870,000 square miles.
The Greater Middle East includes all of the countries of the Middle East plus North Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Cyprus, and parts of the Horn of Africa.
The Northern Sea Route became not only the shortest waterway between the European part of Russia and the Far East
The boundaries of Europe and Asia are the Urals, Caucuses, Caspian Sea, Black Sea, Bosporus Strait, and Mediterranean Sea.
The Earth is not flat. Therefore flight routes from point A topoint B will not be in a straight line. Between any two countriesin the northern hemisphere, it makes more sense to go north as wellas east or west because there is less distance between the sameamount of the degrees of longitude. It happ…ens that this type offlight path goes over Europe since Europe is to the northeast ofthe United States and to the northwest of the Middle East. ( Full Answer )
Jews never migrated out of Western Europe into Eastern Europe, or at least not at a large scale. Over history, Jews migrated from the Middle East all over Europe, west or east. However, during World War II, the Jewish population was dramatically reduced in all of Europe by more than half. During WWI…I and the Holocaust, few Jews were able to escape and migrate to countries such as the US and UK, where they sought freedom from Hitler's grasp. After WWII and the Holocaust, there was much sympathy for the Jews, and many more Jews migrated to countries such as the US, UK, or France. In the aftermath of the war, the United Kingdom turned their mandate of Palestine into a Jewish state of Israel; it was a sort of safe haven for Jews to compensate for the Holocaust. This caused Jews by the millions to immigrate out of Europe into Israel and the Middle East. ( Full Answer )
There are innumerable shifts in Middle Eastern and European borders. Choose any war and you will see border shifts in those areas.
They gained knowledge buy trading their goods for knowledge from the middle eastern. Trading was a big part of Europe.
It depends on a number of other factors such as the timeframe,whether that person was male or female, whether that person wasfrom the majority ethnic group or one othe minorities, whether ornot they were wealthy, noble, middle-class, or poor, etc.
Most of the water in the Middle East is used for drinking, residential commodities, and agriculture.
There is no continental landmass that lies between the European subcontinent and North America. They are separated by the Atlantic Ocean.
It was within 10 years after the 1st Pentecost in June, 31 AD thatthe Apostles began speading the Word of God throughout the adjacentareas - which included Greece and Rome. It really began to spreadthroughout Europe after Constantine of Roman accepted Christianityas a religion of the Empire.