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Monday, September 13, 2021

America shied away from the role of a policeman! After Iraq, Afghan missiles were removed from Saudi

Several other developments, including the military withdrawal from Afghanistan, are indicating that the US now wants to get away from the role of policeman. Based on Biden's recent statement, analysts are claiming that the US now wants to move away from the policy of military intervention in various countries. Biden had said – the decision to withdraw from Afghanistan is not limited to Afghanistan, the time has come to end the relentless war.


On this, Professor Charles Franklin of the Merkett Law School says - America is no longer committed to playing the kind of international role it played until the 1990s. On Biden's statement, Benjamin Haddad, director of the Europe Center at the Atlantic Council, said, "Americans who love US military might and military intervention around the world has been shocked, the first rejection of liberal internationalism by any US president in decades." is the case. These four other grounds also indicate a change in US policy.

1-Missile defense system removed from Saudi Arabia:

Yemen's Houthi rebels continue to attack Saudi Arabia, but the US has withdrawn its missile defense system and the Patriot battery from Saudi Arabia. This decision was taken despite Saudi Arabia being a friendly nation. Rice University researcher Christian Ulrichsen says – Obama, Trump and now the Biden administration took decisions to get rid of Saudi Arabia. Prior to this, US troops were stationed after a drone attack in the year 2019 at Prince Sultan Airbase, located 150 km from Riyadh.

2- Return from Afghanistan after 20 years:

After the deal with the Taliban, the US decided to withdraw from Afghanistan. This decision of America was strongly criticized in its own country. In the year 2021, on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, on one side America was mourning, while the Taliban was hoisting their new flag in Kabul. But America stood firm on the decision despite all the criticism and the fire on its credibility. After spending more than $1000 billion in Afghanistan, the US finally made it clear that it cannot leave its soldiers to die, the Afghan army will have to fight its own battles. These statements clearly point to a policy change.

3-Iraq recaptured Boria-Bed after 18 years:

In 2003, the US military launched a military operation to end Saddam Hussein in Iraq, but 18 years later it had to wrap its sack bed. America has announced that its remaining two and a half thousand soldiers will also return by the end of this year. In 2008, the US had the largest number of troops in Iraq at 1.57 million.

4-President Biden's stand:

US President Biden considers the decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan as logical and justified. According to him, the decision about Afghanistan is not limited to Afghanistan alone. On this basis, analysts are claiming that America is no longer interested in playing the role of a global policeman. Apart from this, on Thursday, Biden held talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first time after seven months. There has been a growing understanding between the two leaders on the issue of not turning into a conflict of business competition, which is seen as a sign of moderation.

America does not want endless war:

There is now a churning going on in America regarding the policy of military intervention for the benefit of other countries. The Biden administration wants an end to the endless war. As a lawmaker for more than three decades, Biden has always opposed US military deployments overseas and attacks on enemy countries. Biden's complaint was that the government attacks without prior approval from Parliament. Biden is under pressure to change policy after becoming president. Other US lawmakers have also now started terming the policy of military intervention as an outdated and out-of-date method.