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US Priorities in the Middle East


Dec 04  2019
By General (ret.) Joseph Votel
Source: https://www.mei.edu/publications/us-priorities-middle-east


Summary


Today the Middle East is as complex as it has ever been. All of the underlying issues that have undermined progress remain present: sectarianism, corruption, disenfranchisement, economic disparity, terrorism, and extraordinary human suffering. But these long-standing issues are now being exacerbated by super-modern communication capabilities and a more youthful and anxious population that serve to amplify the challenges of the region. The region is on edge — and it is in fact a tinder box with few clear paths to stability or de-escalation. The best way forward is to relentlessly pursue clarity in our interests and objectives. This is the best thing we can do to de-escalate tensions, pursue our interests in the region, and support our overall global national security strategy.

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https://www.mei.edu/sites/default/files/2019-12/US%20Priorities%20in%20the%20Middle%20East.pdf