عنوان مقاله [English]
The Middle East has always suffered from the interference of foreign powers,and these interventions have played an important role in shaping and managing security order patterns in this regional security complex. Despite continued foreign intervention,following the US invasion of Iraq in 2003,we are witnessing developments in the region that have increased the ability of regional powers to play a decisive role in the Middle East's political and security equations. The overthrow of the Ba'ath Party in Iraq has not only changed the political structure and social fabric of the country,but also the consequences for the entire Middle East and the region's security order. That is why the year 2003 is an important turning point moment in the region's security developments. In this year,we are witnessing fundamental changes in the region's security structure and increasing in regional powers' agency in the Middle East. In the foregoing research,we are looking at security developments in the Middle East in the years from 2003 until the beginning of the Arab uprisings in 2011. So the question is what role did regional powers play in the Middle East security order from 2003 until the Arab uprisings? In response to this question, The 2003 US invasion of Iraq undermined the power distribution system in the Middle East and highlighted the role of regional powers in shaping the balance of power in the region. In the present research, a descriptive-analytical method has used to prove the hypothesis, and library and internet resources have used for data collection.