By S. Akbarzadeh
Barack Obama has confronted many demanding situations in reversing U.S. coverage at the center East. This booklet highlights issues of resistance to Obama's efforts relating to U.S. overseas coverage and what classes might be realized from this adventure for the rest of his presidency and his power moment time period in place of work.
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The Iran Nuclear Issue The Iranian nuclear issue is now the most pressing item on the bilateral agenda between Washington and Riyadh. S. position has been that Iran must not be allowed to acquire or develop nuclear weapons; such an outcome, the Americans said, would be “unacceptable,” but neither Bush nor Obama developed an effective strategy for preventing it. ” She was accused by critics in Washington and Jerusalem of having, in effect, acquiesced to the inevitability of an Iranian weapon. Today she is no longer alone.
3 A Meeting at the President’s Ranch So great was Saudi Arabia’s resentment, in fact, that Bush himself was obliged to back away from what he had proclaimed as a policy cornerstone. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, then crown prince and now the king, visited the president at his Texas ranch in 2005. S. ”4 34 Thom a s W. L i p p m a n This is not to say that Bush and his team were entirely responsible for the deterioration in relations. There were issues on the Saudi side as well. S. investigators outraged Washington.
When a preeminent journal such as Foreign Affairs features an article titled “After Iran Gets the Bomb,” as it did in the spring of 2010, it can no longer be branded “appeasement” to have conversations about such topics as how to prevent a regional nuclear arms race once Iran is known to have weaponized. Efforts to dissuade Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons should continue; it does not undermine them to discuss with allies what to do if Iran ignores the world’s threats and entreaties. According to Gregory Schulte, who was Bush’s ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency, “we must base our plans and diplomacy on the assumption that Iran will” obtain or manufacture such weapons.
America’s Challenges in the Greater Middle East: The Obama Administration’s Policies by S. Akbarzadeh