Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: USA, grade: 12/20, , course: BA degree in English Studies, language: English, abstract: It has become common to observe that the Islamic World and the United States relations are generally bad these days. They seem to be dragged into an intense cycle of political and cultural conflicts, and the most prominent source of this rivalry is the deep unsettled nature of American relations with the Muslim Middle East. In matters related to the Persian Gulf geopolitics, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the 'war on terror'. America has always wanted to maintain 'control' and 'stability' in the Middle East region, using the veil of the honest 'broker'. However, the U.S policy preferences and its systematic and organized violence caused repression and the desire of change. The result is an atmosphere of doubt, distrust, and disrespect which further troubled the already displaced relationship between Americans and the Islamic World. This work seeks to examine the U.S interests and presence in the Middle East region, offering an economic and political approach, which appears to be the most logic based on justified analysis, especially with a particular attention to issues such as the 'divine mission' (George W. Bush's words) as a cover for exploitation and imperialism, the United States involvement in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict -supporting Israel in its inhuman actions and always finding absurd justifications for its hypocrisy- which can be seen as one of the major causes of the this conflict. Examining U.S inclined attitude towards Israel due to their shared interests. And the so-called 'War on Terror'; waged on terrorist groups such as Taliban, Al-Qaeda and other organizations that were/are funded by the same part that waged war on them. Fighting terrorism was used as a curtain to conceal the real aim which is global dominance and control of valuable oil resources.
Mohamed Achraf El Bouhssini
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