Middle East during a Biden Presidency
As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to enter the Oval Office on January 20, the tumultuous Middle East anticipates a change in the US policy towards the region. The fractions US presidential election has left Arab states questioning their fate and the role they will be allowed to play in their region. While few countries seek to maintain the gains accrued during the Trump administration, others are hopeful the US attends to the crises in the region. It seems that Middle Eastern leaders are expecting the Biden presidency to be the exact opposite of Trump’s and to bring back aspects of Barack Obama’s. But this may not be the case, as his recent appointments of national security officials have shown.
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