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Whose side is the US on in the Mid-East?

Emergence of a Shiite axis led by Iran is worrying its traditional allies Israel, Saudis and Egypt

US Secretary of State John Kerry at Iran nuclear talks. The fear in Riyadh and Jerusalem is that a deal between the US and Iran could open the road to a new strategic realignment in the region.

MISS the good old days when it was clear what the United States was doing in the Middle East? When the American role was to protect Western interests in the region, including maintaining the access to its oil resources - first, against the strategic and ideological challenge posed by Soviet

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