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Alwaght — The West Asia is considered a unique region in terms of its authoritarian governments. In comparison, more than 60 percent of African countries could be described as free or partly free. This situation reveals the causes of the popular uprisings in the West Asia.
With the advent of globalization and increased tele-communication technologies, there is a much higher demand for freedom and democracy in this part of the world. A request that led to collapse of many regional governments and challenged many others.
Nevertheless, these popular uprisings against the ruling regimes and their collapse have had a profound effect on the objectives, influence and strategies of the United States in the region and have made the United States review its foreign policy toward the West Asia.
The history of the US approach to the West Asia, we found that after the Cold War and the emergence of the US as a superpower in international relations, its support for Sunni Arabs in the West Asia have been the dominant and undeniable facts of the US foreign policy.
Obviously, over the decades at the domestic level, Washington has granted support for Sunni Arabs in Iraq and later in Bahrain and Yemen against Shiites. At the regional level, support from Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf Arab states opposed to Iran has been the unassailable principles of the US doctrine determined by the US presidents.
In the meantime, to be a democratic governments in the West Asia had no role in the policies of the US Department of State because the majority of the Sunni countries in the West Asia have been administered under monarchies, which are categorized as dictatorships based on the theories of political science.
It was in those years that "the interactions of the US with the countries of the West Asia, which practically supplied the al-Qaeda forces and indirectly support them received special attention. The Projects were based on three principles: The Greater West Asia Project provoked many discussions, but it was never pursued.
Currently, in a much broader level, the Sunni countries backed by the US, on the one hand provided the largest number of the jihadist in the West Asia for the ISIS terrorist group; and on the other hand, the key to survival of the Islamic State has been the indirect support of Saudi Arabia and Turkey, two permanent ally of the US in the West Asia.
But this is not the whole equation, the US has currently been facing a wave of new events in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Libya and entire the West Asia and needs to adopt specific strategic policies.
At a time when the United States should have had serious reactions to these remarkable events, in mid, when a year passed from the emergence of the ISIS, President Barack Obama declared in his speech: The most important signs representing the end of the US hegemony in the West Asia and the dual behavior of the US foreign policy makers in recent years could be summarized as follows:The United States and China are the two most important states in the international system and are crucial to the evolution of global order.
Both recognize each other as vital players in a range of issues of global significance, including the use of force, macroeconomic policy, nonproliferation of nuclear weapons, climate change, and financial regulation. Japan and the United States belong to a number of the same international organizations, including the United Nations, G7, G, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, ASEAN Regional Forum, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and World Trade Organization.
The United States Is Losing Asia to China strength if the administration’s economic policy toward Asia looks more like a noxious mix of neglect and contempt. a Foreign Policy account to. Nevertheless, these popular uprisings against the ruling regimes and their collapse have had a profound effect on the objectives, influence and strategies of the United States in the region and have made the United States review its foreign policy toward the West Asia.
The United States has a long-standing interest in the political events of South Asia.
This research focuses specifically on U.S. foreign policy toward the Islamic nations of this region, Pakistan and Afghanistan (Referred to as Islamic South Asia).
The current U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, who is the most dispositionally interventionist among Obama’s senior advisers, had argued early for arming Syria’s rebels.