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CONSTRUCTING THE KHALIFA’S FOREIGN POLICY
📘 Book Title Constructing The Khalifas Foreign Policy
👤 Book AuthorAdnan Khan
🖨️ Total Pages37
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Constructing the Khalifa’s Foreign Policy

Adnan Khan

CONSTRUCTING THE KHALIFA’S FOREIGN POLICY

Book Introduction

A nation’s foreign policy is one of the most significant factors that determine a nation’s shape and architecture.

A nation with a foreign policy whose objective is to trade only results in an economy that is consumer-oriented. As the country itself does not have a military capability, it leaves the economy open to interference by military powers.

Countries such as Norway, Sweden, Morocco and the UAE have such a foreign policy. Given most wars are fought over resources and trade, such a policy will never lead to political or economic independence for a nation.

President Woodrow Wilson once said: “Is there any man, is there any woman, let me say any child here that does not know that the seed of war in the modern world is an industrial and commercial rivalry?”1

In today’s world where nations have become so interconnected, it is impossible to function in isolation from other nations. The Khilafah state does not function in isolation from the rest of the world,…….

International relations – the structure of the relations between the states of the world are central to any nation and its status in the world. Relations between all nations are built upon some basic policies, such policies can be built upon ideological principles whereby both domestic and foreign policies are constructed upon the aims of an ideology.

Or in some cases, a nation may not have a fixed policy so it is pragmatic using its geographical location, history or religion as a basis to build relations with other states in the world.

Competition between the world’s powers is something that has existed from the beginning of time and will continue until the day of judgement.

In ancient times Egypt under the pharaohs was the superpower and Mesopotamia competed with it. The Roman Empire became the superpower and the Persian Empire competed with it.

The Khilafah then defeated the remnants of the Persian and Byzantine empires and was the world’s superpower until the 18th century facing challenges from the Mongols and the crusaders during this time. France and England then competed with the Uthmani Khilafah for nearly three centuries until the mid-18th century.

On the eve of WW1 Germany shifted the global balance of power, whilst France and Britain competed with it. After WW1 Britain emerged as the world’s power and France competed with it.

Germany once again challenged Britain as the world’s superpower and the only WW2 stopped German hegemony. The US emerged as the world’s superpower after WW2 and was challenged by the Soviet Union for five decades until its collapse in 1990.

Since the Islamic Ummah is entrusted with carrying the Islamic message to the world, it is indispensable for Ummah to stay in touch with world affairs. The Ummah needs to understand and comprehend the global circumstances, understand its problems, be aware of the motives of different states and nations and pursue the political actions that take place in the world. Therefore, it is essential for all Muslims to understand the reality of the situation of the Islamic world in light of

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