:: Volume 19, Issue 68 (2022) ::
2022, 19(68): 111-130 Back to browse issues page
American Security Strategy in the Middle East after the Withdrawal from JCPOA
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After the end of the Cold War, the United States has gained the most influence as a great power in the Middle East, and for this reason, it has used various strategies for superiority over other regional and extra-regional rival powers, including Iran. Based on this, the main question of the article is that after the withdrawal of the United States from the JCPOA, What political and security strategies has this country adopted to protect its interests and security in the Middle East? The research method of the article is a descriptive and analytical method, and the purpose of the article is to determine America's security strategies in the region by examining America's behavior and actions. The general result of the article also shows that the US, after withdrawing from the JCPOA, has adopted aggressive and confrontational strategies in the field of security in the Middle East in order to ensure its interests and security in the region, which has fueled the increase of tension in the region.
 
Keywords: Strategy, Middle East, Iran, America, JCPOA, Security
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