OBAMA'S FOREIGN POLICY : THE MIDDLE EAST


26/11/2016





Barack Obama is the 44th president of the United States and the first African-American president. He will soon leave the White House, where he arrived in January 2009, for good. As the presidential race in the USA continues relentlessly, the successes and failures of the Obama administration are also being debated. Among those involved in the debate are the presidential hopefuls Clinton and Trump. Having severely criticised Obama’s foreign policy decisions from the beginning of his campaign, Trump argues that Obama has hurt American interests. While Clinton is also engaged in this debate from time to time, she uses a much milder language. The foreign policy elites are also divided when it comes to evaluating Obama’s foreign policy decisions. So what were the decisions and policies in foreign policy that stood out during the two terms of Obama’s presidency? Which policies may be deemed successful and which less so? In this article I will evaluate Obama’s focuses on foreign policy through the grand strategy as pursued in the Middle East and Asia. This series will consist of two parts and in the first part we will pick up Middle East policy. In the coming month I will analyse policies regarding Asia and China.By Kaan ŞENERYou can read the rest of the article on our issue of August

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