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In 1917 Russia renounced its commitment to the agreement.
Other factors were more significant in subsequent development of Middle East (eg mandates system established under League of Nations - and resistance by Turkish nationalists).
CBS News' White House and senior foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Brennan said Pence wants to use this trip to emphasize how important his evangelical beliefs are not only to him, "but to the Trump base and to Trump supporters.""So when the vice president goes to the Holy Land, that is politically symbolic for them, but at the moment, they also need that one pat on the back from one Arab-Muslim leader," Brennan said on CBSN's "Red & Blue." "They'll get that in Egypt with visiting el-Sisi and manage some things with King Abdullah as well." Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to meet with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Jordan's King Abdullah II and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin.
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It provided understanding of British / French spheres of influence - in what had been Ottoman Empire.
This cut across a region previously divided along ethnic, linguistic and religious lines.
One of IS's stated goals is to dismantle the Agreement - and create a caliphate.
The Agreement is central to many of Middle East's current problems eg Arab-Palestinian conflict and rise of Islamic State (which used the Agreement in its propaganda).If the Islamists' ideas have merit, they can be more widely advocated.There are, after all, many ways of achieving constructive changes through presenting people with attractive ideas.It also provided for Palestine as a separate British-administered region.Britain and France had sought Arab support against the Ottoman empire on condition of creating an independent Arab state (or confederation of states).Traditional Muslims have good reason to participate in a process to evaluate the ideology of Islamists, as extremists have challenged their authority and implied that extremism is needed to 'take seriously' the claim that Islam (being a religion which deals with all aspects of life) is thus a suitable basis for effective government by God's right-hand-men - a shift towards state religious authoritarianism that would seem likely to further reinforce the constraints on prosperity and modernisation that Muslim-dominated societies have suffered.However the extremists may have precipitated a crisis for Islam, because the need now to critically evaluate Islamists' proposed 'solutions' could cause cracks to emerge in the whole world-view that has been built around Islam.For centuries expanding Western influence seems to have been resented as that of inferior upstarts because: Western political influence on national boundaries in the Middle East in the early 20th century associated with the secret Sikes-Picot agreement between France and Britain have been seen to have either: (a) created significant problems for the region; or (b) had no material impact at all - but none-the-less been viewed in various different ways as a symbol of the region's problems [See CPDS comment on this debate in Middle East's Problems: Are Domestic or External Factors More Important? The 1916 Sykes-Picot (so-called 'Asian Minor') Agreement created the modern Middle East - and was the start of many European / American interventions.It was made official by the Allied Powers of WWI in 1920.Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to travel to the Middle East Friday, one month after world leaders condemned the U.S.'s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.