After 15 years of losing wars, spreading terror movements, and creating failed states across the Middle East, the United States should admit that it does not have a Middle East policy.
Syria remains a collapsed country; over 400,000 people have been killed and more than 5 million have fled the country, Iraq has been ravaged by the world’s most brutal terrorist group in modern history, Yemen is the site of the world’s most devastating humanitarian crisis. The US is subcontracting its Middle East policy to Israel and Saudi Arabia, whose fingerprints can be traced in all crime scenes across the region. In this episode of We the People, we’ll explore the US foreign policy in the Middle East.
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