The Israel-Hamas Conflict in Lieu of Global Politics and its Practical Imp


  • Luwemba Musa Maswanku Islamic University in Uganda


Third World Countries,, Hamas, israel, Uganda


After many years, the Israel-Hamas conflict is still one of the most complicated and hotly contested

conflicts in world affairs. With its roots in historical, territorial, and religious issues, the Israel-Hamas

conflict is a major international issue. It has an effect not only on the Middle East but also on other

parts of the world. A comprehension of the conflict's consequences for developing nations is crucial,

given its capacity to impact global power relations, international law, and humanitarian issues.

Geopolitical conflicts have centered on the Israel-Hamas conflict. The result of this conflict is

important to a number of global powers, including the US, Russia, and regional players like Iran. As

they look for allies and resources, third-world countries may be impacted directly or indirectly by the

policies and actions of these strong nations.Important considerations about the application and

interpretation of international law are brought up by the Israel-Hamas conflict. This dispute revolves

around issues like the right to self-determination, the status of occupied territory, and the safety of

civilians during armed conflict. These legal disputes have the potential to influence third world

countries' sovereignty and establish precedents.There are serious humanitarian concerns as a result of

the ongoing fighting, especially in the Gaza Strip. The suffering of citizens, the need for humanitarian

relief, and the need for displacement highlight the most significant difficulties that third-world nations

may have in times of instability and conflict.The resolution of the conflict could have an impact on

Middle Eastern regional stability by influencing neighboring nations' policies and behaviors. Trade

shocks, geopolitical realignments, and refugee inflows can all have a cascading effect on third-world

countries. It emphasizes how important it is to have a thorough grasp of the complex effects of this

protracted conflict on international conventions, the political climate around the world, and the welfare

of marginalized communities in developing countries

Author Biography

Luwemba Musa Maswanku, Islamic University in Uganda

Department of Political Sciences