THE LEAGUE OF ARAB STATES: A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF THE REASONS FOR ITS EMERGENCE AND FAILURE
The study aimed to identify the impact of the objective reasons, conditions of the establishment of the League of Arab States on its role and performance in the Arab regional system, by studying the objective reasons and analyzing the conditions of its emergence, studying possible scenarios and proposals for reforming the League of Arab States, and studying the causes of failure and poor performance. To achieve these objectives, the analytical descriptive approach was relied upon. The study revealed that the emergence of the League of Arab States was not really a step towards unity as much as it was a counter-project to the heroes of partial unitary projects, and about the reasons for the failure of the League of Arab States performance evidenced in preventing the American occupation of Iraq in 2003, the successive Palestinian crises, and the Arab revolutions of 2011 that the study concluded that it loses the minimum number of decisions and the ability to coordinate between its members, as evidenced by the failure in many Religious, sectarian, ethnic or the necessities of the required harmony between social segments.
League of Arab States, Conditions of Origination, Performance.