Original article | Strategy International Journal of Middle East Research 2020, Vol. 2(1) 76-91
Shaima Marouf Farhan
pp. 76 - 91 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijmer.2020.231.5 | Manu. Number: MANU-2003-02-0010
Published online: March 02, 2020 | Number of Views: 17 | Number of Download: 402
It is difficult to say for sure what US President Donald Trump intends during his assumption of the US presidential administration for the next four years. The electoral statements differ completely from the state’s administration in light of the existence of institutions that guarantee the performance of the United States of America. There are lobbies and official state institutions that are difficult to ignore in the president’s policy especially when The matter concerns the important interests of the United States of America, including strategic alliances, without that meaning that the American President does not have a margin for freedom of movement, especially with regard to setting strategic priorities and setting a clear strategic vision consistent with Supreme objectives of the United States of America.As far as Trump’s policy toward the Middle East is concerned, it is known that every president who reaches power in the United States of America has a set of principles and goals that he tries to achieve during his presidency, and these goals and principles are part of the president’s strategy and since the initial results announced the candidate’s victory Republican "Donald Trump" in the American presidential elections, controversy erupted inside and outside the United States of America about the personal nature of President Trump, and the contents of his political speech, whether in relation to domestic or foreign policy and what are the constants and variables in his foreign policy We are looking forward to the countries of the world, especially the Middle East, that are the subject of our research. It is the goal of domination, strengthening the United States' position globally, and protecting Israel's security. One of the constants in the US strategy, along with another set of tactical targets that can be changed according to regional environment variables.
Keywords: : Foreign policy, Americas foreign policy, Meddle East.
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