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Foedus Arabicum

Foedus Arabicum (الجامعة العربية al-Jāmiʻa al-ʻArabiyya), plenius Foedus Civitatum Arabicarum (جامعة الدول العربية Jāmiʻat ad-Duwal al-ʻArabiyya), est regionalis civitatum Arabicarum societas in Asia Meridionali et Occidentali, Africa Septentrionali, et Africa Septentrionali et Orientali. Constituta est Cairi die 22 Martii 1945 cum sex sociis: Aegyptus, Arabia Saudiana, Iraquia, Libanus, Syria, et Transiordania (renominata Iordania post 1946). Iemenia foedus inivit die 5 Maii 1945. Foedus Arabicum nunc habet viginti duos socios. Principalis foederis causa est "facere artiores coniunctiones inter civitates socios et componere conlaborationem inter eas, tueri earum libertatem et dominatum, et communiter considerare res et negotia civitatum Arabicarum."[1]


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Socii et tempora[recensere | fontem recensere]

Tempora coniunctionis; Comoro Insulae (circulus) anno 1993 foedus inivit.
Formula:Colorbox 1940s Formula:Colorbox 1950s Formula:Colorbox 1960s Formula:Colorbox 1970s

Foedus Arabicum conditum est Cairi anno 1945 ab Aegypto, Arabia Saudiana, Iraquia, Libano, Syria, et Transiordania (renominata Iordania post 1946). Decadibus proximis, foedus crescit. Socii observatoresque Foederis Arabici et eorum tempora admissionis infra digessa sunt.

Aegyptus[2]

Iraquia[3]
Iordania[4]{{b}}
Libanus[5]
Arabia Saudiana[6]
Syria[7]

22 Martii 1945{{a}}
Iemenia 5 Maii 1945
Libya 28 Martii 1953{{c}}
Sudania 19 Ianuarii 1956
Marocum {{d}}
Tunesia
1 Octobris 1958
Cuvaitum 20 Iulii 1961
Algerium 16 Augusti 1962
Phylarchiarum Arabicarum Confoederatio 6 Decembris 1971
Baharina
Quataria
11 Septembris 1971
Omania 29 Septembris 1971
Formula:MTN 26 Novembris 1973
Somalia 14 Februarii 1974
Palaestina  Palestine[8]{{e}} 9 Septembris 1976
Formula:DJI 9 Aprilis 1977
Formula:COM 20 Novembris 1993
Erythraea speculator ab anno 2003[9]
Brasilia speculator ab anno 2003 [10]

[11] [12][13] [14]

Venetiola speculator ab anno 2006[15] [12]
India speculator ab anno 2007[16]

Notae:

Formula:Fnb Tempus constitutionis.
Formula:Fnb Eo tempore Transiordania.
Formula:Fnb Libya nuntiavit se removere die 24 Octobris 2002.
Formula:Fnb Dominatus Saharaze Occidentalis is disputed between Morocco and the Polisario Front's Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic government. The Arab League recognizes it as a part of Morocco.
Formula:Fnb Representatives from the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

Geographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Administratio[recensere | fontem recensere]

Oeconomia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Index civitatum sociorum per GDP[recensere | fontem recensere]

Sedes Foederis Arabici Cairi Aegypti

Haec tabula monstrat productum domesticum grossum Foederis Arabici et eius civitatum sociorum secundum par acquirendi potestatem et in dollariis expressum.

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Civitas PDG (PAP) US$M PDG (PAP) US$ per capita
Formula:AL{{a}} 2,340,427 6,844
Formula:SAU 564,561 23,243
Formula:EGY 403,961 5,491
Formula:ALG 224,748 6,533
Formula:ARE 167,296 37,293
Formula:KUW 130,113 39,306
Formula:MAR 138,250 4,433
Formula:IRQ{{b}} 102,300 3,600
Formula:SYR 87,091 4,488
Formula:SUD 80,706 2,172
Formula:TUN 76,999 7,473
Formula:QAT 75,224 80,870
Formula:LBA 74,752 12,277
Formula:OMN 61,607 23,967
Formula:YEM 52,050 2,335
Formula:LBN 48,896 12,704
Formula:JOR 27,986 4,886
Formula:BHR 24,499 32,064
Formula:MRT 5,818 1,800
Formula:SOM{{b}} 5,575 600
Formula:Vexillum data PSE Palaestina{{b}} 5,034 1,100
Formula:DJI 1,738 2,271
Formula:COM 719 1,125

Notae:

Formula:Fnb The IMF source does not provide data for the compound Arab League. The total GDP figure has been calculated as the sum of the GDPs of the member states. The per capita value is derived on the basis of the population stated in the infobox.
Formula:Fnb The IMF source does not provide data for this country. The reported figures are taken from a 2007 estimate of the CIA published in the CIA factbook.[18] For Palestine, a 2006 estimate was retrieved from the same source which is published as "West Bank (includes Gaza Strip)".

Status Palaestina[recensere | fontem recensere]

Demographica[recensere | fontem recensere]

Dubai nocte.

Maximae urbes Arabicae sunt Cairus, tum Bagdatum, Khartoum, Damascus, Riadum, Alexandria, et Casablanca.

Comparationes cum aliis societatibus[recensere | fontem recensere]

Secretarii Generales[recensere | fontem recensere]

Aegyptus:Abdul Rahman Azzam 1945 usque ad annum 1952
Aegyptus: Abdul Khalek Hassouna 1952–1972
Aegyptus: Mahmoud Riad 1972–1979
Tunesia: Chedli Klibi 1979–1990
Libanus: Assad al-Assad 1990–1991
Aegyptus: Ahmad Esmat Abd al Meguid 1991–2001
Aegyptus: Amr Moussa 2001 ad praesentem

Cacumina[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Aegyptus: Cairus: 13–17 Ianuarii 1964.
  2. Aegyptus: Alexandria: 5–11 Septembris 1964.
  3. Marocum: Casablanca: 13–17 Septembris 1965.
  4. Sudania: Khartoum: 29 Augusti 1967.
  5. Marocum: Rabat: 21–23 Decembris 1969.
  6. Aegyptus: Cairus ( primus cacumen urgente): 21–27 Septembris 1970
  7. Algerium: Algeriae: 26–28 Novembris 1973.
  8. Marocum:Rabat: 29 Octobris 1974.
  9. Arabia Saudiana : Riadum (secundus cacumen urgente): 17–28 Octobris 1976.
  10. Aegyptus: Cairus: 25–26 Octobris 1976.
  11. Iraquia: Bagdatum: 2–5 Novembris 1978.
  12. Tunesia: Tunes: 20–22 Novembris 1979.
  13. Iordania: Amman: 21–22 Novembris 1980.
  14. Marocum:Fès: 6–9 Septembris 1982.
  15. Marocum: Casablanca(tertius cacumen urgente): 7–9 Septembris 1985
  16. Iordania: Amman (quartus cacumen urgente): 8–12 Novembris 1987.
  17. Algerium: Algeriae (quintus cacumen urgente): 7–9 Iunii 1988.
  18. Marocum: Casablanca(sextus cacumen urgente): 23–26 Iunii 1989.
  19. Iraquia: Bagdatum (septimus cacumen urgente): 28–30 Martii 1990.
  20. Aegyptus: Cairus (octavus cacumen urgente): 9–10 Augusti 1990
  21. Aegyptus: Cairus (nonus cacumen urgente): 22–23 Iunii 1996.
  22. Aegyptus: Cairus (decimus cacumen urgente): 21–22 Octobris 2000.
  23. Iordania: Amman: 27–28 Martii 2001.
  24. Libanus: Berytus: 27–28 Martii 2002.
  25. Aegyptus: Sharm el-Sheikh: 1 Martii 2003.
  26. Tunesia: Tunes: 22–23 Maii 2004.
  27. Algerium: Algeriae: 22–23 Martii 2005.
  28. Sudania: Khartoum: 28–30 Martii 2006.
  29. Arabia Saudiana : Riadum: 27–28 Martii 2007.
  30. Syria: Damascus: 29–30 Martii 2008.
  31. Quataria: Doha: 28–30 Martii 2009.
  • Dua alia cacumina:
    • Anshas, Aegyptus: 28–29 Maii 1946
    • Beirut, Libanum: 13–15 Novembris 1956
  • Decimus quartum cacumen in Fes, Marocum habuit duas stationes:
    • Die 25 Novembris 1981
    • A die 6 usque ad diem 9 Septembris 1982

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Head of states of the founding members," Pact of the League of Arab States, March 22, 1945, The Avalon Project, Yale Law School, 1998, [1], inventum 9 Iulii 2008.
  2. "League of Arab States: Arab Republic Of Egypt". Arab League Online 
  3. "League of Arab States: Republic Of Iraq". Arab League Online 
  4. "League of Arab States: The Hashemite Kingdom Of Jordan". Arab League Online 
  5. "League of Arab States: Republic Of Lebanon". Arab League Online 
  6. "League of Arab States: Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia". Arab League Online 
  7. "League of Arab States: Arab Republic Of Syria". Arab League Online 
  8. "League of Arab States: State Of Palestine". Arab League Online 
  9. "Eritrea Joins Arab League As Observer". The Somaliland Times. 2003-01-17 
  10. "Speech by the President of the Republic, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, on the occasion of his visit to the Headquarters of the League of Arab States". Foreign Affairs Ministry of Brazil 
  11. "‘Turkey and Brazil both looking for solutions to social and economic problems,’ says outgoing Brazilian ambassador". Todays Zaman 
  12. 12.0 12.1 "Venezuela Receives Arab League Support for UN Security Council Seat". venezuelanalysis.com. 2006-07-19 
  13. "Latin leanings". Al-Ahram Weekly 
  14. "Getting Brazil Close to Arabs Is a Lula's Pet Project" 
  15. "Arab League accepts Venezuela as observer". People's Daily Online. 2006-07-18 
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  17. "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects," World Economic Outlook Database|, IMF, Aprile 2008, [2], inventum 24 Iulii 2008.
  18. "Field Listing - GDP (purchasing power parity)". The world factbook. CIA. 2008-07-15 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ankerl, Guy. 2000. Coexisting Contemporary Civilizations: Arabo-Muslim, Bharati, Chinese, and Western. Geneva: INU Press. ISBN 2-88155-004-5.
  • Geddes, Charles L. 1991. A Documentary History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-275-93858-1.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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