عنوان مقاله [English]
Regional order can be defined as organizing behavior patterns between units and actors in a region, as a result of which, the objectives of the regional system will be realized. Unlike the old order in which geopolitical features play a major role, the new order has a multi-dimensional status. In fact, by increasing the level of communication between actors in the international system, a new kind of order is formed based on cultural, political, security and economic commonality, Unlike the old type of order, the international system does not have a geographic status, and communications and sharing values play a major role in it. In the new order, regions are considered as loops that connect the nodes. The research question is: What are the characteristics of this type of order with focusing on the Middle East and Central Asia? The results show that, in the context of a new conception of order, the Middle East and Central Asia are not considered to be separate regions but they are considered to be in a region and has common economic characteristics such as the production of raw materials in the international system, marginalization in the international economic order, fragility and vulnerability in its strategic links with the central regions, the political-military affiliation to central areas and being under the control of the central sector policy system. The purpose of this study is to explain the geo-economical characteristics of the Middle East and Central Asian linkage system. The research method used will be descriptive and analytical.