fter a pandemic-restricted election campaign, Joe Biden officially became the 46th president of the United States in an inauguration ceremony under heavy security measures on January 20, 2021.
The United States declared its support for Ukraine's entry into NATO as the possibility of a serious military conflict with Russia on Ukraine’s territory is increasing.
Morocco sometimes enjoys blind support from the West, particularly from France and the United States, and more recently from Spain.
The conflict in Libya will constitute a significant policy priority in the Transatlantic relationship between the United States and Europe.
Syria united with the guarantee of its territory alone: This scenario is closer to the orientations of the Syrian opposition.
Some in Iran see the pact in purely strategic terms, and a new line of defense against the ever-encroaching United States.
As the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and some other Arab states have feared Turkish military intervention in northern Syria and its implications for what they perceive to be a “neo-Ottoman” threat, Assad’s government has benefitted from various Arab regimes’ growing unease with Ankara’s foreign policy agenda.
Read: The Afghan Factor in Biden’s Iran Foreign PolicyFazal Wahid, a researcher and lecture at Peshawer University indicates that the inability of the United States to apply the carrot and stick strategy effectively in Afghanistan prompted Pakistan in 2003 to move its armed forces into KP in an impetuous manner, resulting in failure and the militarization of the tribal belt.
Russia hosted a two-day summit on Afghan peace with the participation of Afghanistan (Taliban and the government), China, Pakistan, and the United States.
ambassador to Syria, said in a webinar that the United States under the Biden administration could deploy more troops to Eastern Syria, that withdrawal of troops is not subject to consideration, and that there will be a continued U.
According to a United States Institute of Peace publication from last year, “Tehran has laid the groundwork to strike US interests across its 500-mile border with Afghanistan and significantly raise the cost of American deployment in the country.
In the past, Russia refused to sell sophisticated weapons to Iran, bending to pressure from the United States and Israel.
In the end, the United States addressed the Donald Trump administration’s excesses, as Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s emphasis on American values and call on Saudi Arabia to stop state-sanctioned assassinations merely amounted to a slap on the wrist.
Nevertheless, the Taliban would use the ceasefire as a playing card during the intra-Afghan talks for releasing of all their around 20,000 lingering prisoners and removing their names from the United Nations blacklist.
Meanwhile, the United States’ strategic interest in the Gulf has substantially changed as America has become energy self-sufficient or energy-surplus following extensive exploitation of homeland shale energies.
The Last Remaining Arms Control Treaty between the US and Russia Expires Soon: An Interview with Rebecca Davis Gibbons on the New START
What is the New START treaty and why is it important? The New START Treaty is the last remaining arms control agreement between the United States and Russia that puts limits on their strategic nuclear weapons and provides transparency between the two countries regarding their nuclear arsenals.