Most American presidents have dedicated a chapter in their diaries to their role in resolving crises in the Middle East. President Barack Obama has two books which will be released. Jeffrey Goldberg, who has long accompanied Obama, is working on one of them.
President-elect Donald Trump also confronts many conflicts in the Middle East, the number of which the US has perhaps not known since the days of Dwight Eisenhower during World War II. There are many wars and ongoing turmoil, so will Trump adopt the policy of his predecessor, Obama, and refuse to manage crises or will he resort to other proposals made by leaders of his Republican parties, such as those suggested by Senator John McCain who calls for intervening and not letting chaos and terrorism threaten the world and the security of the US? Current crises are the result of the collapse of the international balance of power which was established after WWII and as a result of the nuclear agreement with Iran.
The president-elect may sit and watch the chaos like Obama did but the price will only become higher and the threats will only expandAbdulrahman al-Rashed