How will the Middle East host the new US President?

How will the Middle East host the new US President?

Only 10 days from now, Joe Biden will officially become President of the United States, ending Donald Trump’s disparity foreign policies during his four-year term. The Middle East issue is expected to be a big question for Mr. Joe Biden in the coming time to rebalance the influence and interests of the US in the region.

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Trump and Biden’s opposite policy in the Middle East is likely to bring the region back to a new time of turmoil.

According to experts, there are emotional extremes that await Mr. Biden in the Middle East.

Israel and Turkey have taken full advantage of the four years of President Trump’s rule. President Trump has recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s indivisible capital, which has caused great outrage towards the entire Muslim world.

With the “generosity” for the Jewish state of the Golan Heights and the recognition of Tel Aviv’s sovereignty over the West Bank of the Jordan River, the United States as stated: “The Jewish state has never had a friend like President Donald Trump ”.

Under Mr. Trump, the Israelis bombed and heavily attacked neighboring Syria, burning Iran’s military infrastructure. Last year, the United States assassinated the famous general of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Qasem Soleimani and another Iranian nuclear physicist who is believed to have built a nuclear bomb for Tehran.

There is a very real chance that in his final days in office, President Trump could start a war in the Middle East. However that did not happen.

Trump’s so-called “Peace Plan” proposes to mobilize international investment resources of up to $ 50 billion to establish the Palestinian state in a part of the West Bank but at the same time does not require Israel to erase the any settlements there. However, Mr. Trump’s plan has been rejected by the international community, because it is no different from legalizing the lands occupied by Israel of the Palestinians.

Besides Trump’s support for Israel in the Holy Land dispute with Palestine, Saudi Arabia also benefits.

Saudi Arabia had the opportunity to sign a peace treaty with Israel. The terms of that agreement were discussed and agreed in advance between Jared Kushner, Mr. Trump’s son-in-law and special envoy and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has a very different perspective on the conflict between the Palestinians and Israelis than other Saudi leaders.

The views of Kushner and Mohammed bin Salman are focused on Iran, claiming that it is Iran at the center of destabilizing the region, not the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. And they agreed that Israel could “help” but not hinder progress in negotiations. The Crown Prince said that the 1967 boundary line is the starting point for peace. He supported Kushner’s stance that blamed the Palestinian leaders for stalling negotiations.

There was no longer a need for secret communication between Saudi Arabia and Israel, and Saudi officials frequently visited Tel Aviv and vice versa.

Turkey, Ankara has always been a loyal ally of Washington in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), possessing a strong army and navy. But under Mr. Trump, the “globalist” world order began to be dismantled, the ambitious President Erdogan quickly recognized and began to actively promote his own project.

Ankara has expanded some of Syria’s northern territory, consolidated in Libya, and redrawn the map of the Eastern Mediterranean in its favor. The logical next step would be the creation of a supranational association of Turkish-speaking countries with Ankara at the top, as well as a defensive military alliance.

In other words, Ankara vowed to become the hub of a macro-regional integration project that would grow and operate without regard to the US.

The nation that expected Trump’s departure appears to have Iran and Palestine in mind.

With blamed diplomacy, the Donald Trump administration has dismissed the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and reversed sanctions against the country.

Waiting for Mr. Biden in a conflicting mood

According to observers, Iran is expected to be a warm welcome country for President-elect Joe Biden.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on November 25 expressed optimism about Mr. Biden’s future as US President. Rouhani said it was possible to resolve Iran’s problems with the US as long as Biden remained in line with the commitments he made during the campaign.

Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei meanwhile commented on the difficulty of normalizing relations and lifting sanctions. Mr Rouhani said the settlement was “easy” provided the US Government respects each other, steers away from Trump’s approach and compensates for economic losses caused by US sanctions. for Iran.

The contrast in opinions and statements between President Rouhani and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei shows that the Iranians are both eager but cautious when approaching Biden’s new administration.

President Rouhani said that if the new administration in the US is determined to reduce tensions and respect Iran’s and international’s policies, “solving the problem is very easy and Iran and the US can decide to go back to things.” lawsuit like before Mr. Trump became president.

With that, the Palestinians seem happy to welcome Mr. Biden as their struggling careers are at risk of failure due to the oppressive policies of the Trump administration and Israel. Hope has been lit on a restart of talks once Mr Biden takes over the White House. They hope that Prince Mohammed bin Salman does not write a peace treaty with Israel before January 20, 2021, the day Biden is inaugurated as president.

Meanwhile, Russian expert on Topcor said that under the Democrats, Tel Aviv and Ankara will have to curb the “enthusiasm” they had under Trump.

Experts say that Democrats are always behind in favor of the nuclear deal with Iran that has been “invalidated” by the Republicans and its restoration could become an important issue for Biden’s policy. . If that were the case, then there wouldn’t be any more talk of a war of a vast Washington-led coalition against Tehran and Israel would therefore have to moderate some of its strength.

In addition, the rules under Mr. Trump are no longer relevant under the Biden administration. Now, Washington’s mission will be to return “cocky allies” like Turkey with its policy of expansion in the Middle East back to normal orbit.

Hai Lam


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