Review of US Foreign Policy in the Middle East Looking to the Future

Document Type : Original Article


1 Assistant Professor of Political Sciences, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran

2 M.A of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran


Since 1971, the United States follows Israel's security and ensuring the security of energy flow goals in the Middle East. Is the pattern that U.S. adopted to achieve these goals in Foreign Policy is subject to change in the future? To achieve these goals, America tried to take the Middle East geo-economic points including the Persian Gulf under its political –security control since World War II. At geopolitical points near Israel, it perused the change of elite's decision in countries such as Egypt and Jordan and Regime Change in countries such as Iraq and Syria. Entering countries such as England, France and Turkey, the results shows that America Will attempt to govern a multilateral security system in the Persian Gulf in the future, but it pursues decision change in geopolitical areas and political structure change with the priority of federalism in Weak countries.