Middle East agreements

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Middle East agreements encompass a wide range of public and secret correspondence, treaties, United Nations Security Council resolutions, declarations from summit and other high-level meetings, and other negotiated approaches to stability in the Middle East. This article focuses on those from the early 20th century onwards, beginning with those associated with the breakup of the Ottoman Empire.