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Title: USA wobec Bliskiego Wschodu: od Baracka Obamy do Donalda Trumpa
Authors: Czornik, Katarzyna
Keywords: the Middle East; Barack Obama; the United States of America; Donald Trump; Bliski Wschód; USA
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe, Vol. 15, nr 3 (2018), s. 173-195
Abstract: The Middle East, as one of the most strategic and, at the same time, confl icting areas both in the twentieth and the fi rst two decades of the 21st century, occupies a key place in the foreign policy of the United States. It is the region where, in various forms, American political, economic and military interests are being realized through competition the other actors in the international arena, taking actions to make the states clients of the United States, strengthening dependencies and links with the countries of the region (including Israel), taking initiatives to look for new allies or using military force as a means of implementing foreign policy in the Middle East, as exemplifi ed by the Gulf War, US involvement in Libya and Syria or the war with the so-called Islamic State. The essence of the Middle Eastern US policy has become a kind of sinusoidal variation in reaching for the instruments characteristic for the policy of hard and soft Wilsonianism. While the policy of Barack Obama towards the Middle East was marked by using soft power and an abandonment of the New Crusade and war on terrorism, characteristic for the administration of George W. Bush, Donald Trump presents an uncompromising strategy in accordance with the slogan Make America Great Again and the strategy of building American World Order in the Middle East.
ISSN: 1733-2680
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