Konflik proksi Iran–Arab Saudi

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Konflik proksi Iran-Arab Saudi.

Konflik proksi Iran–Arab Saudi adalah istilah yang mengacu kepada perebutan kekuasaan regional yang berlangsung antara Iran dan Arab Saudi.[1] Kedua negara tersebut telah memberikan bantuan untuk pihak-pihak yang saling bertikai dalam berbagai konflik di Timur Tengah, seperti di Suriah,[2][3][4] Yaman,[5][6] dan Irak,[7] serta di Asia Tengah[8] dan Asia Selatan.[9][10]

Konflik yang telah dideskripsikan sebagai "perang dingin" ini berlangsung dalam ranah geopolitik, ekonomi dan sektarian.[11][12]

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  1. ^ Jennifer Rubin (6 January 2016). "The Iran-Saudi Arabia proxy war". Washington Post. 
  2. ^ Gerges, Fawaz (15 December 2013). "Saudi Arabia and Iran must end their proxy war in Syria". The Guardian. 
  3. ^ Rogin, Josh (4 November 2015). "Iran and Saudi Arabia Clash Inside Syria Talks". Bloomberg View. ...Iran and Saudi Arabia to discuss anything civilly, much less come to an agreement on Syria, where both sides have proxy forces in the fight. 
  4. ^ Loewenstein, Jennifer. "Heading Toward a Collision: Syria, Saudi Arabia and Regional Proxy Wars". CounterPunch. Saudi Arabian and Iranian-backed factions are contributing to the proxy war in Syria... 
  5. ^ Tisdall, Simon (25 March 2015). "Iran-Saudi proxy war in Yemen explodes into region-wide crisis". The Guardian. 
  6. ^ Browning, Noah. "The Iran-Saudi Arabia proxy war in Yemen has reached a new phase". Business Insider. 
  7. ^ Rubin, Alissa J. (6 July 2016). "Iraq Before the War: A Fractured, Pent-Up Society". The New York Times. Diakses tanggal 13 July 2016. 
  8. ^ Diplomat, Rustam Ali Seerat, The. "Iran and Saudi Arabia in Afghanistan". 
  9. ^ Diplomat, Ankit Panda, The. "Why Is Pakistan Interested in Brokering Peace Between Iran and Saudi Arabia?". 
  10. ^ Sewag, Zulqarnain (30 April 2015). "Sectarian Rise in Pakistan: Role of Saudi Arabia and Iran". 1 (3) – via www.gjms.co.in. 
  11. ^ New Middle East Cold War: Saudi Arabia and Iran 's Rivalry. [1]
  12. ^ Kenneth M. Pollack (8 January 2016). "Fear and Loathing in Saudi Arabia". Foreign Policy.