The US policy in the Middle East in the context “Arab Spring”
In this book, the author examines the main aspects of US foreign policy in the Middle East. The author analyzes efforts undertaken by the last two US administrations against the threat of terrorism after the Sept. 11, 2001, as well as keeping the processes of democratization in the Middle East, especially after the beginning of the revolutionary changes there.
Periodic excursion into the history of relations between Middle Eastern elites with the Government of the United States allows the reader to better understand the causes of configuration influential forces in the American domestic political arena, now taking a decision in favor of one or other Middle Eastern players.
The author of the study, an opponent of the mysterious "conspiracy theories", debunks myths "about the omnipotence" of the United States who are firmly rooted, he reveals the story of the direct effects of the US to drastic changes in a number of countries in the Middle East, which later became known as "Arab Spring".
This book is intended for specialists in international relations, and for a wide range of readers interested in the problems of international politics.
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