Challenges of the New Middle East

Challenges of the New Middle East

US Foreign Policy after Obama

12/2014  |  2014A04, Length: 7 pages

Two years from now the United States of America will elect a new leader, who will be left with a Middle East not less problematic than the one Obama inherited when he entered office. Terrorism, civil-war, internal displacement, hundreds of thousands of refugees, the “biggest humanitarian crisis of our times” and the fragility of the entire region, are just few keywords that will still very much define the agenda. Restoring peace in the region seems to be as far away as it was throughout the last decade, and the inability of current policies to offer a resolution leaves much to be desired.

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