U.S. Participation in the Middle East Essay by Primo

U.S. Participation in the Middle East
A look at U.S. involvement in the Middle East conflict, a history thereof and how this is connected to the September 11th attacks.
# 6354 | 1,095 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper is a brief effort in describing the world's two most asked questions. "Why do Middle Eastern countries carry such hatred against the U.S.?" and "Why has the U.S. so keenly participated in every aspect of the religious, social, ethnic and political issue and activity in this region?"

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"As the United States finds itself in the aftermath of another crisis in the Middle East, it is worth the risk of opprobrium to ask why there should be hostility toward America in that region. Some insight can be gained by surveying official U.S. conduct in the Middle East since the end of World War II. Acknowledged herein is a fundamental, yet deplorably overlooked, distinction between understanding and excusing. There have been seventy long years of broken promises to have implanted such a resentment that has made every American policy to be viewed with suspicion and hostility by the populations of the Middle Eastern countries (as opposed to some of the political regimes) of the Middle East."

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