News ID : 100406
Publish Date : 7/13/2022 6:27:30 AM
Biden and a trip with different and inconsistent priorities


Biden and a trip with different and inconsistent priorities

While Joe Biden has announced the purpose of his trip to West Asia to solve numerous challenges, many media and political experts believe that this trip is just an election campaign move and will increase the challenges in American foreign policy.

NOURNEWS - The schedule published by the Zionists for Joe Biden's travel plans to the occupied territories shows that the American president will arrive at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv on the afternoon of Wednesday, July 13.

It seams; Biden will face considerable challenges in his trip to the Middle East due to the different priorities of Washington and his regional and non-regional allies.

The first priority of the allies of the United States has been formulated in a diverse and different spectrum, from creating a security alliance and countering terrorism to determining the role of the war in Ukraine and solving the food and energy crisis, but the White House has outlined other goals for this trip that can be easily realized.

In the meantime, the Zionist regime, which is facing serious internal problems, especially in the field of political stability, has pursued extensive efforts in the direction of "Iranophobia" in the past few months to convince the White House for a security partnership in the region while transferring the internal crisis to foreign issues. and benefit from its achievements to create political and social stability inside.

While the mentioned approach is the main priority of the Zionist regime during Biden's trip to the region, this demand of Tel Aviv is not very compatible with the strategy of the Democrats ruling the White House, and it is unlikely that the extensive media creations and powerful lobbies of this regime in America can have a great impact on changing Washington's strategy.

Another important issue that is noteworthy in the field of challenges of this trip is the emphasis of the United States on dialogue with the countries of the region to establish coordination in the regional air defense systems.

The words of the spokesperson of the US National Security Council in this regard, although it was not accompanied by providing details, but due to the provocative nature of such an action, which can, from the perspective of threatening the national security of other countries, because new security concerns in the region and weaken stable peace and destroy common regional security, should be considered as one of the important challenges of Biden's trip to West Asia.

The United States is trying to control Iran's invasion in West Asia at the same time as pursuing the new national security strategy of this country to contain China, and hence the activation of hardware mechanisms and the organization of existing military capacities in the region to fill the void caused by the reduction of American military forces in West Asia, which is part of this program.


It is noteworthy that while Biden has claimed to create an integrated air defense system in the region against Iran, many of America's allies, including Jordan, Egypt directly, and Saudi Arabia and some others have indirectly announced that they will not join any coalition against Iran.

In an article he published in the Washington Post to explain the goals of his trip to West Asia, Joe Biden also made significant claims about Iran, while calling Trump's policies the basis for the development of Iran's nuclear power and the isolation of the United States in the world moves in the same direction.

Biden calls the issuance of the resolution in the Board of Governors his victory, but he does not give any answer to the important question why his government has not yet been able to comply with the provisions of Security Council Resolution 2231.

 In accordance with the approaches announced by Washington, another important goal of Biden's trip to the region will be to take measures to deal with the consequences of the war in Ukraine, especially to convince the countries of the region to isolate Russia, as well as to deal with the energy and food crisis.

It does not seem that such a thing can be realized considering the historical relations of these countries with Russia, as well as the historical view of the regional governments towards the Russian land, which they imagine as a grain warehouse, and also the role of Moscow in the global energy market.

Biden's focus on the issue of energy and food, which has been mentioned many times, as well as achieving military mechanisms to fill the void in the presence of this country's military forces in the region, correctly shows that the United States has growing domestic concerns, which, as non-regional concerns, are the main driver of Biden’s trip, and the priorities of this country are determined by the solution of crises outside this region rather than common interests with the region.

BY: Pooya Mirzaei


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