The Decline of the Middle East in the 18th Century

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History

 

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Donna P

 

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May 31, 2011

 

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University

 

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Moreover, it perceives the Middle East as having been in constant decline, a viewpoint that's difficult to validate considering that the Ottoman Empire managed to live for 600 years. On the other hand, the narrative approach perceives the sixteenth century, characterized by the rule of Suleyman the Magnificent, as marking the apogee of the Ottoman Empire, a period followed by the decline of the Middle East...
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This explanation is based on two sources. First, in the 1500's, the Europeans feared sultan Suleyman and the Middle East in general. But as a shift occurred from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century and Europe gained strength, it progressively came to consider the Middle East unfavorably. Secondly, as the Ottoman state became weak in the eighteenth century, officials close to the government came to compare the state to what it had been back in the good days, that is in the sixteenth century, and concluded that the Middle East had undergone a decline ever since that period...
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