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An American Attempt to Redefine Middle Eastern Dynamics From Before Until Now

Reader comment on item: Biden's Emerging Foreign Policy
in response to reader comment: Problems with Projecting Political Solutions When Politics is/are the Problem

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 10, 2021 at 20:54

In what appears to be a fall back to pre-45th American Administration's efforts to pull America out of the cauldron of being the Middle Eastern foil for so much hostilities that one wonders how it has not yet blown up out of anyone's control; and now the current Administration appears intent on bringing it all back by re-entering the old arrangements that had the Iranian Islamic Regime's plans to eliminate Israel back on track. Add to that the Regime's advancing the nuclear agenda to a rate that no one can predict anymore and America's return to Syria's lost cause of being unable to regain sovereignty becomes problematic all around. There is no more confidence in the American intentions as they appear to abandon the only democratic friend in the Middle East, Israel. The current American Administration's paroxysm of the pandemic will force a situation in which such ill-informed intentions are going to cost more than any can afford; the alliance of Israel's enemies will take new advantages that the American Administration will no longer stop. Does anyone with prescient apprehensions know what's next?


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