The Euro-Arab Center for Studies brings up in his electronic campus www.ceea.com from 4 to 11 / 11/ 2013 a debate about: “What are the implications of the agreement between Iran and the West on the Arab region?
49 participants from different nationalities from the Arab world and the West, and who belong to various social strata Contributed to this dialogue. As a result of opinions showed that there are several points of view can be referred to it as follows:
1-25 participants or 51.1% felt that the impact of the agreement between Iran and the West in the Arab region is to empower Iran making it an important regional country, the agreement renewal fear Gulf countries regarding their safety.
2-16 participants or 32.6% felt that the agreement between Iran and the West is not a surprise, and it can change the historical alliances in the region between the Arabs and the West.
3-8 participants or 16.3% felt that the agreement between Iran and the west is positive on the region by adjusting the Iran nuclear level.
The opinion of the Euro-Arab Center for Studies:
While some countries have welcomed the agreement between Iran and the West on the nuclear issue, other countries were afraid that this will be a new coalition that will reverse the balance of the Arab region since long.
It appears that the agreement that was reached is an agreement on issues related to Iran's nuclear, other complex subjects that require a lot of communication and take a period of time and the results are not necessarily good.
As the conflict between Iran and the West has lasted almost 30 years, the return of relations to the normal phase needs a period of time to at least restore the lost trust between the two parties and which is not easy to predict.