Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
The Trends Center for Research and Consultation has released a new study titled: “Biden and the Middle East: Where to Rebalance?”, which explores the geopolitical objectives of US President Joe Biden’s visit to the region, the implications for regional powers, and the short- and long-term implications of the visit for US foreign policy. goals.
The study emphasized that the visit of US President Joe Biden should be seen as a re-affirmation of the geopolitical realities of US strategy and foreign policy.
As President Biden embarks on his long-awaited trip to the Middle East, similar confusion hangs over the itinerary, indicating that Biden is forced to bow to the rules of international politics.
The study indicated that adaptation to international politics is necessary, and what was built during the course of Biden’s election campaign gradually disintegrated after the election, as many factors occurred since his inauguration as the US president, especially the breaking of the corona epidemic policies at home. And abroad, exhausting internal political divisions that have drained American power at home and abroad, combined with global economic shocks and supply chain turmoil.
The study said Biden’s upcoming Middle East trip should be viewed in the context of a range of challenges at home and abroad, indicating that President Biden, like many US presidents before him, needs Saudi support in global energy markets hit by the pandemic. The crisis in Ukraine.
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