The U.S. tax-payer-voter should be questioning why the U.S. partners with radical Islamic terrorists, Steven Sahiounie writes.
Though the U.S. and Israeli military have done a good job at stealing the show, and though they certainly believe themselves to be the head of the show, the reality is that this age of empire is distinctly British.
Gulf Arab countries have nowhere to look for a bailout of their own private sector, like in the UAE, as the banks just can’t pull it off. New friendships can flourish as underdogs like Morocco come out winners. But what about Iran?
Don’t the Americans understand the implications of creating a desperate, unemployed and radicalised constituency across the entire Middle East?