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The battle for an ancient desert city in war-torn Yemen has become a key to understanding wider tensions now inflaming the Middle East and the challenges facing any efforts by President Joe Biden's administration to shift U.S. troops out of the region.

The battle for an ancient desert city in war-torn Yemen has become a key to understanding wider tensions now inflaming the Middle East and the challenges facing any efforts by President Joe Biden's administration to shift U.S. troops out of the region.

Joe Biden continues to use Iran as his administration's justification for remaining in Iraq-Syria and bombarding the countries. But is this really why the US is remaining in its Middle-East wars. Follow us on Telegram

What are the challenges and opportunities of President Joe Biden's Middle East policy? @RichardHaass  is chatting with @MiddleEastInst 's Bilal Saab on 3/25. Register here:

White House officials have said they are reviewing the troop presence in Syria — an announcement that has raised concerns that President Joe Biden could reconsider the deployment as part of a larger scaling back of U.S. troops in the Middle East.

What should Joe Biden do in the Middle East?

Joe Biden last month launched an airstrike just over the border into Syria in retaliation, joining every American president from Ronald Reagan onward who has ordered a bombardment of countries in the Middle East.

Joe Biden will have to pay more attention than he would like to the Middle East if America has any hope of someday paying it less

Joe Biden has signalled that he wants to make the Middle East less of a priority—he has good reason

Joe Biden will have to pay more attention than he would like to the Middle East if America has any hope of someday paying it less

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Here we go again!!! It only took 30 something days for Joe Biden to start bombing the Middle East. My thoughts below.

Contrary to Donald Trump's impulsive policies in the Middle East, Joe Biden is expected to shift back to a more conventional US stance and re-engage with Iran, redrawing regional geopolitics

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Paris to start a seven-country tour of Europe and the Middle East, a trip that is certain to be awkward since the nations on his schedule have congratulated Joe Biden for his victory in the U.S. presidential race.

JUST IN: Biden campaign confirms authenticity of video in which Joe Biden jokingly calls US troops 'stupid bastards' in front of an audience of soldiers deployed in the Middle East.

The American people are sick and tired of endless wars in the Middle East which have cost hundreds of thousands of lives and trillions of dollars. We will not defeat Trump with a candidate like Joe Biden who supported and voted for the Iraq War alongside Republicans.

𝗔𝗻𝗼𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿 peace deal—great news that Sudan plans to normalize ties with Israel. In just one term, President Trump has done more to achieve peace in the Middle East than Joe Biden‘s 47 years of failed foreign policy. Biden has been all talk and no action.

A vote for Joe Biden is a vote for forever war in the Middle East. A vote for Donald Trump is a vote to finally bring our troops home. Breitbart: Pompeo on Afghan Peace Talks: ‘We’re on a Pathway to Achieve’ Zero U.S. Forces in Afghanistan by Spring 2021

President Trump is asked about Joe Biden trying to take credit for his Middle East peace deal: "He doesn't even know the names of the countries I'm talking about."

Colin Powell, a real stiff who was very responsible for getting us into the disastrous Middle East Wars, just announced he will be voting for another stiff, Sleepy Joe Biden. Didn’t Powell say that Iraq had “weapons of mass destruction?” They didn’t, but off we went to WAR!

It’s important to remember that JoeBiden’s foreign policy record in the Middle East has been a disaster. As Obama Defense Secretary Bob Gates put it, Biden “has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy & national security issue over the past 4 decades.”

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