Role of the U.S. in the Middle East: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach


How the United States’ international role evolves during the next 15-20 years—a big uncertainty—and whether the US will be able to work with new partners to reinvent the international system will be among the most important variables in the future shape of the global order. Although the United States’ (and the West’s) relative decline vis-a-vis the rising states is inevitable, its future role in the international system is much harder to project: the degree to which the US continues to dominate the international system could vary widely.

This paper looks into the factors that can re-shape the strategy of the U.S. in the Middle East using a sample of multi-stakeholder expectations and analyzes how the role of the U.S. can be a game changer in the affairs of the Middle East.

I. Introduction
II. U.S. Strategy in the Middle East
III. Factors that Can Re-shape the Role of the U.S. in the Middle East
IV. Analysis
V. Conclusion

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