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American Governmental Legacy in Middle Eastern Policies Now in Fading Mode

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 30, 2021 at 16:43

Much of the policy making in the Middle Eastern theater was handled in the vein of America's last Republican administration that struggled with attempting to 'perfect' a solution in the 'Palestinian' Authority's quest for the so-called two state solution, that even now, those embedded in the Quranic sentiment of forcing out Israel and replacing the Jewish State with Arabic citizenship have acknowledged that the two-state premise was unsustainable; it merely served as a place holder for the eventual desire of forcing Israel out.
While recognizing that some are still trying to formulate a revised version of the faulted vision, one of the actors in the American 43rd Administration, Mr. Rumsfeld, has now passed from the scene, his legacy of Middle East policy issues now in the past, and as such, it is expected the two-state solution will need a major revival in decidedly more secularistic leftist terms that leaves Israel even more exposed to unfriendly world opinion.

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