US foreign policy in West Asia

In this file photo taken on November 15, 2001 a US Air Force Special Operations soldier stands guard near a Chinook helicopter. (Photo by AFP)

“Interventionist” is the best definition of the United States’ foreign policy towards West Asia in the past decades. Through a series of coercive measures, the country has repeatedly tried to achieve its strategic goals regardless of the preferences of the regional actors. By undermining the sovereignty of the West Asian countries, Washington has jeopardized the regional stability and security on many occasions.

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